Cortical Mechanisms of Vision.pdf

Cortical Mechanisms of Vision

Michael Jenkin

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Cortical mechanisms of binocular stereoscopic vision A.J. ParkerŁ and B.G. Cumming University Laboratory of Physiology, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PT, UK Abstract: The early neurophysiology of binocular vision is largely dominated by measurements of disparity selectivity in cortical neurons in various visual areas. Incisive progress has been Cortical mechanisms of action selection: the …

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