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Responses of cells in the dorsal lateral geniculate complex of the cat to textured visual stimuli

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Mason, R. Responses of cells in the dorsal lateral geniculate complex of the cat to textured visual stimuli. Exp Brain Res 25, 323–326 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00234022

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Key words

  • Lateral geniculate nucleus
  • Medial interlaminar nucleus
  • Receptive field
  • ‘Visual noise’