Documenta Ophthalmologica

, Volume 95, Issue 3, pp 335–347

Electrophysiological correlates of human texture segregation, an overview

Authors

  • Michael Bach
    • Elektrophysiologisches LaborUniversitäts-Augenklinik Freiburg
  • Thomas Meigen
    • Univ.-Augenklinik
Article

DOI: 10.1023/A:1001864625557

Cite this article as:
Bach, M. & Meigen, T. Doc Ophthalmol (1998) 95: 335. doi:10.1023/A:1001864625557

Abstract

‘Texture segregation’ results from parallel processing in the visual cortex. It occurs when the stimulus contains spatial gradients within a visual dimension. We here present an introductory overview of the field, concentrating on electrophysiological correlates in the human EEG (‘tsVEPs’) of the neuronal processes underlying texture segregation. We describe the isolation of the tsVEP from the background EEG, give examples of the correlation between saliency and tsVEP amplitude and compare texture segregation between visual dimensions.

electrophysiologyhumantexture segregationVEP

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