Physiological Responses and Functional Architecture of the Monkey Visual Cortex
Over the last 15 years Torsten Wiesel and I have been engaged in a study of the normal visual cortex in cats and monkeys. We have attempted to learn how far one can come in understanding how the cortex is put together and what becomes of the visual information reaching it. Our main technique has been the recording of impulses from single cells while stimulating the retina with light, but we have also used a variety of anatomical methods.
KeywordsReceptive Field Complex Cell Striate Cortex Ocular Dominance Receptive Field Size
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