Van Kleef, Joshua; Stange, Gert; Ibbotson, Michael
Motion processing in visual neurons is often understood in terms of how they integrate light stimuli in space and time. These integrative properties, known as the spatiotemporal receptive fields (STRFs), are sometimes obtained using white-noise techniques where a continuous random contrast sequence is delivered to each spatial location within the cell's field of view. In contrast, motion stimuli such as moving bars are usually presented intermittently. Here we compare the STRF prediction of a...[Show more]
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