V1 mechanisms and some figure-ground and border effects.

@article{Li2003V1MA,
  title={V1 mechanisms and some figure-ground and border effects.},
  author={Zhaoping Li},
  journal={Journal of physiology, Paris},
  year={2003},
  volume={97 4-6},
  pages={503-15}
}
  • Zhaoping Li
  • Published 2003 in Journal of physiology, Paris
V1 neurons have been observed to respond more strongly to figure than background regions. Within a figure region, the responses are usually stronger near figure boundaries (the border effect), than further inside the boundaries. Sometimes the medial axes of the figures (e.g., the vertical midline of a vertical figure strip) induce secondary, intermediate, response peaks (the medial axis effect). Related is the physiologically elusive "cross-orientation facilitation", the observation that a cell… CONTINUE READING

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