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The Neurophysiology of Backward Visual Masking: Information Analysis

Abstract:

n Backward masking can potentially provide evidence of the time needed for visual processing, a fundamental constraint that must be incorporated into computational models of vision. Although backward masking has been extensively used psychophysically, there is little direct evidence for the effects of visual masking on neuronal responses. To investigate the effects of a backward masking paradigm on the responses of neurons in the temporal visual cortex, we have shown that the response of the ...

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Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Publication date:
1999
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