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Figure S1. Analogous results to those in Figure 3 of the main paper, showing the significant correlation between synchrony strength, orientation bias, and oscillation strength, with oscillation strength and synchrony strength computed only at the preferred orientation (optimally stimulated).

Figure S2. Analogue of Figure S1, showing the significant correlation between synchrony strength and orientation bias/oscillation strength, with synchrony strength calculated using scaled correlation at the preferred orientation.

Figure S3. Orientation bias (A,D), oscillation strength (B,E), and synchrony strength (C,F) reveal no trend with respect to the peak firing rate response.

Figure S4. Analogous results to those in Figure 3 of the main paper and Figure S1 for the case of the coincidence measure (instead of the synchrony strength) computed only at the preferred orientation (optimally stimulated).

Figure S5. Variability in the gamma cycle length attenuates the satellite peaks in the CCH/ACHs.

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