Spectral receptive field properties explain shape selectivity in area V4.

@article{David2006SpectralRF,
  title={Spectral receptive field properties explain shape selectivity in area V4.},
  author={Stephen V. David and Benjamin Y. Hayden and Jack L. Gallant},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={96 6},
  pages={3492-505}
}
Neurons in cortical area V4 respond selectively to complex visual patterns such as curved contours and non-Cartesian gratings. Most previous experiments in V4 have measured responses to small, idiosyncratic stimulus sets and no single functional model yet accounts for all of the disparate results. We propose that one model, the spectral receptive field (SRF), can explain many observations of selectivity in V4. The SRF describes tuning in terms of the orientation and spatial frequency spectrum… CONTINUE READING

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