The influence of surround suppression on adaptation effects in primary visual cortex.

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Adaptation, the prolonged presentation of stimuli, has been used to probe mechanisms of visual processing in physiological, imaging, and perceptual studies. Previous neurophysiological studies have measured adaptation effects by using stimuli tailored to evoke robust responses in individual neurons. This approach provides an incomplete view of how an… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/jn.00739.2011

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@article{Wissig2012TheIO, title={The influence of surround suppression on adaptation effects in primary visual cortex.}, author={Stephanie C. Wissig and Adam Kohn}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={2012}, volume={107 12}, pages={3370-84} }