Stimulus-dependent synchronization of neuronal responses in the visual cortex of the awake macaque monkey.

  title={Stimulus-dependent synchronization of neuronal responses in the visual cortex of the awake macaque monkey.},
  author={Andreas K. Kreiter and Wolf Singer},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  volume={16 7},
In visual areas of the cerebral cortex, most neurons exhibit preferences for particular features of visual stimuli, but in general, the tuning is broad. Thus, even simple stimuli evoke responses in numerous neurons with differing but overlapping feature preferences, and it is commonly held that a particular feature is encoded in the pattern of graded responses of the activated population rather than in the optimal responses of individual cells. To decipher this population code, responses evoked… CONTINUE READING
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