Toward a Unified Theory of Visual Area V4

  title={Toward a Unified Theory of Visual Area V4},
  author={Anna W. Roe and Leonardo Chelazzi and Charles E. Connor and Bevil R. Conway and Ichiro Fujita and Jack L. Gallant and Haidong Lu and Wim Vanduffel},
Visual area V4 is a midtier cortical area in the ventral visual pathway. It is crucial for visual object recognition and has been a focus of many studies on visual attention. However, there is no unifying view of V4's role in visual processing. Neither is there an understanding of how its role in feature processing interfaces with its role in visual attention. This review captures our current knowledge of V4, largely derived from electrophysiological and imaging studies in the macaque monkey… CONTINUE READING
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