The speed tuning of medial superior temporal (MST) cell responses to optic-flow components.

@article{Orban1995TheST,
  title={The speed tuning of medial superior temporal (MST) cell responses to optic-flow components.},
  author={Guy A. Orban and Liesbet Lagae and Steven E. Raiguel and Dong-hui Xiao and Hannelore Maes},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1995},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={
          269-85
        }
}
The responses of macaque medial superior temporal (MST) cells to translation and to the optic-flow components-rotation, expansion/contraction, and deformation-were examined with particular regard to the speed tuning of MST cells for optic-flow stimuli and the effect of removing speed gradients from those stimuli. The use of position invariance as an indispensable criterion for assessing the authenticity of responses to optic flow is reviewed. By extending the scope of testing to include higher… CONTINUE READING
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