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Velocity selectivity in the cat visual system. I. Responses of Lgn cells to moving bar stimuli: a comparison with cortical areas 17 and 18



Velocity selectivity in the cat visual system. I. Responses of Lgn cells to moving bar stimuli: a comparison with cortical areas 17 and 18



Journal of Neurophysiology 54(4): 1026-1049




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DOI: 10.1152/jn.1985.54.4.1026


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