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Motion-form interactions beyond the motion integration level: evidence for interactions between orientation and optic flow signals

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-288122
Pavan, Andrea ; Marotti, Rosilari Bellacosa ; Mather, George
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Abstract

Motion and form encoding are closely coupled in the visual system. A number of physiological studies have shown that neurons in the striate and extrastriate cortex (e.g., V1 and MT) are selective for motion direction parallel to their preferred orientation, but some neurons also respond to motion orthogonal to their preferred spatial orientation. Recent psychophysical research (Mather, Pavan, ...

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