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Retinal correspondence of monocular receptive fields in disparity-sensitive complex cells from area V1 in the awake monkey



Retinal correspondence of monocular receptive fields in disparity-sensitive complex cells from area V1 in the awake monkey



Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 46(4): 1533-1539



PURPOSE. To explore the neural mechanisms underlying disparity sensitivity in complex cells of the macaque visual cortex, the relationship between interocular receptive field (RF) positional shift and disparity sensitivity was studied in area V1.METHODS. Single-unit recordings were made from area V1 of awake Macaca mulatta. Monocular RFs were mapped by means of a reverse cross-correlation technique, and their centers were determined after performing a bidimensional Gaussian function fitting.

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DOI: 10.1167/iovs.04-1061


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