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Coding of visual moving stimuli parameters in visual system of the cat. II. Dependence of responses of single directionally sensitive neurons upon parameters (velocity, brightness and movement direction) of two stimuli simultaneously presented in the receptive field



Coding of visual moving stimuli parameters in visual system of the cat. II. Dependence of responses of single directionally sensitive neurons upon parameters (velocity, brightness and movement direction) of two stimuli simultaneously presented in the receptive field



Sensornye Sistemy 17(2): 114-123



Responses of the movement direction sensitive neurons (DS) in 17 and 18 zones of a cat cortex have been investigated under presentation of two stimuli in their receptive fields (RF). Parameters of the test-stimulus (T) did not vary during the experiment, and parameters of the second stimulus named as induced (I), varied during the experiment. Both moving stimuli always met at the center of RF. The lengths of trajectories of both stimuli were equal.

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