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Bartlett D. Moore IV, Daniel L. Rathbun, W. Martin Usrey and Ralph D. Freeman Spatiotemporal flow of information in the early visual pathway European Journal of Neuroscience 39

Version of Record online: 20 NOV 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/ejn.12418

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This study addresses the question of how spatial features of a visual stimulus are processed over time. Results reveal (i) a temporal sequence of spatial processing that proceeds from coarse-to-fine, (ii) coarse-to-fine processing begins in the retina, (iii) center/surround interactions may play an essential role in the tuning of coarse-to-fine processing, and (iv) a progressive cascade of coarse-to-fine processing occurs in the pathway from retina to LGN to visual cortex.

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