What Makes a Cell Face Selective? The Importance of Contrast

@article{Ohayon2012WhatMA,
  title={What Makes a Cell Face Selective? The Importance of Contrast},
  author={Shay Ohayon and Winrich A Freiwald and Doris Ying Tsao},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2012},
  volume={74},
  pages={567-581}
}
Faces are robustly detected by computer vision algorithms that search for characteristic coarse contrast features. Here, we investigated whether face-selective cells in the primate brain exploit contrast features as well. We recorded from face-selective neurons in macaque inferotemporal cortex, while presenting a face-like collage of regions whose luminances were changed randomly. Modulating contrast combinations between regions induced activity changes ranging from no response to a response… CONTINUE READING
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