Complex Cells Increase Their Phase Sensitivity at Low Contrasts and Following Adaptation
One of the best-known dichotomies in neuroscience is the division of neurons in the mammalian primary visual cortex into simple and complex cells. Simple cells have receptive fields with separate ON and OFF subregions and give phasesensitive responses to
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