Sensory interactions in the anterior ectosylvian cortex of cats

@article{Jiang1994SensoryII,
  title={Sensory interactions in the anterior ectosylvian cortex of cats},
  author={Huai Jiang and Franco Lepore and Maurice Ptito and Jean-Paul Guillemot},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1994},
  volume={101},
  pages={385-396}
}
Sensory interactions, namely, the responses of single cells to stimulations originating from the two sides of the body or from the two visual fields, or from more than one sensory modality (namely, visual, auditory and somatosensory), were evaluated within the anterior ectosylvian cortex (AEC) of cats. Results showed that responses of single neurons to a stimulus of one modality can be enhanced or inhibited by the presentation of another stimulus of either the same or another modality. This… CONTINUE READING