The elementary representation of spatial and color vision in the human retina

Volume: 2, Issue: 9
Published: Sep 2, 2016
Abstract
The retina is the most accessible element of the central nervous system for linking behavior to the activity of isolated neurons. We unraveled behavior at the elementary level of single input units-the visual sensation generated by stimulating individual long (L), middle (M), and short (S) wavelength-sensitive cones with light. Spectrally identified cones near the fovea of human observers were targeted with small spots of light, and the type,...
Paper Details
Title
The elementary representation of spatial and color vision in the human retina
Published Date
Sep 2, 2016
Volume
2
Issue
9
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