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The role of lateral modulation in orientation-specific adaptation effect

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Lin, Yih-Shiuan ; Chen, Chien-Chung ; Greenlee, Mark W.
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Center-surround modulation in visual processing reflects a normalization process of contrast gain control in the responsive neurons. Prior adaptation to a clockwise (CW) tilted grating, for example, leads to the percept of counterclockwise tilt in a vertical grating, referred to as the tilt-aftereffect (TAE). We previously reported that the magnitude of the TAE is modulated by adding a ...


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