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Neuron, Vol. 33, 143149, January 3, 2002, Copyright 2002 by Cell Press The Effect of Gaze Angle and Fixation Distance
 

Summary: Neuron, Vol. 33, 143149, January 3, 2002, Copyright 2002 by Cell Press
The Effect of Gaze Angle and Fixation Distance
on the Responses of Neurons in V1, V2, and V4
theory has influenced where subsequent research has
looked for this phenomenon and how its functional rele-
vance has been interpreted. In the interval since these
David Rosenbluth1,3
and John M. Allman2
1
Advanced Network Systems Research Laboratory
Telcordia Technologies
445 South Street, Room 1A-132B seminal studies, further research has found similar eye-
position modulation of neurons in earlier areas along theMorristown, New Jersey 07960
2
California Institute of Technology dorsal visual processing pathway, and more recently,
studies have extended these findings to the earliestDivision of Biology
Pasadena, California 91125 stages of cortical and subcortical visual processing (Bu-
isseret and Maffei, 1977; Lal and Freidlander, 1990; Wey-
and and Malpeli, 1993; Trotter and Celebrini, 1999).
Studies of the modulatory effect of distance cues onSummary

  

Source: Allman, John M. - Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine