Visual processing in monkey extrastriate cortex.

  title={Visual processing in monkey extrastriate cortex.},
  author={J. Maunsell and W. Newsome},
  journal={Annual review of neuroscience},
The neuronal processes that lead to visual perception have attracted intense interest since Kuffier's studies of receptive field organization in cat retinal ganglion cells over three decades ago (Kuffier 1953). A variety of ana­ tomical and physiological approaches have been employed to analyze the organization of thc visual pathway between the retina and striate cortex (VI ) and the transformations of visual information that occur at each stage (see Hubel & Wiesel 1977, Stone 1 983, Shapley… Expand
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