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====== Uniform versus random orientation in fading and filling-in ====== ====== Uniform versus random orientation in fading and filling-in ======
-===== C. H. Attar, K. Hamburger, R. Rosenholtz, H. Gotzl, & L. Spillman ====+==== C. H. Attar, K. Hamburger, R. Rosenholtz, H. Gotzl, & L. Spillman ====
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===== Abstract ===== ===== Abstract =====
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V1 responses to an optimally oriented test line in the receptive field center may be modulated by placing lines of same or different V1 responses to an optimally oriented test line in the receptive field center may be modulated by placing lines of same or different
orientations in the surround. While iso-orientation produces strong inhibition, cross-orientation enhances the response [Knierim, J. orientations in the surround. While iso-orientation produces strong inhibition, cross-orientation enhances the response [Knierim, J.
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year         : 2007 year         : 2007
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