Binocular neurons in V1 of awake monkeys are selective for absolute, not relative, disparity.
Most neurophysiological accounts of disparity selectivity in neurons of the primary visual cortex (V1) imply that they are selective for absolute retinal disparities. By contrast, a number of psychophysical observations indicate that relative disparities play a more important role in depth perception. During recordings from disparity selective neurons in area V1 of awake behaving monkeys, we used a disparity feedback loop () to add controlled amounts of absolute disparity to a display contain...Expand abstract
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