Visual cortex neurons in monkeys and cats: detection, discrimination, and identification.

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A descriptive function method was used to measure the detection, discrimination, and identification performance of a large population of single neurons recorded from within the primary visual cortex of the monkey and the cat, along six stimulus dimensions: contrast, spatial position, orientation, spatial frequency, temporal frequency, and direction of… (More)

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@article{Geisler1997VisualCN, title={Visual cortex neurons in monkeys and cats: detection, discrimination, and identification.}, author={Wilson S. Geisler and Duane G. Albrecht}, journal={Visual neuroscience}, year={1997}, volume={14 5}, pages={897-919} }