Visual Cortex Limits Pop-Out in the Superior Colliculus of Awake Mice.

Abstract

We detect objects more readily if they differ from their surroundings in motion, color, or texture. This increased saliency is thought to be related to increased responses in the visual cortex. The superior colliculus is another brain area involved in vision and especially in directing gaze and attention. In this study, we show that differences in texture… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/cercor/bhx254

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