All Relations between motion integration and primary visual cortex

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R\\xc3\\xa9my Allard, Angelo Arle. The false aperture problem: Global motion perception without integration of local motion signals. Psychological review vol issue 2021 34968134 Early direction-selective neurons in the primary visual cortex are widely considered to be the main neural basis underlying motion perception even though motion perception can also rely on attentively tracking the position of objects. 2021-12-30 2022-01-08 Not clear
C P Benton, A Johnston, P W McOwa. Computational modelling of interleaved first- and second-order motion sequences and translating 3f+4f beat patterns. Vision research vol 40 issue 9 2000 10738072 Despite detailed psychophysical, neurophysiological and electrophysiological investigation, the number and nature of independent and parallel motion processing mechanisms in the visual cortex remains controversial. 2000-08-04 2022-01-08 Not clear
S Treue, J C Mart\\xc3\\xadnez Trujill. Feature-based attention influences motion processing gain in macaque visual cortex. Nature vol 399 issue 6736 1999 10376597 Feature-based attention influences motion processing gain in macaque visual cortex. 1999-06-30 2022-01-08 monkey
W Bair, L P O'Keef. The influence of fixational eye movements on the response of neurons in area MT of the macaque. Visual neuroscience vol 15 issue 4 1998 9682878 While the intrusions caused by saccades are too short-lived and infrequent to account for the variability of MT neuronal response (counter to the finding in V1 of Gur et al., 1997), the clear directional signal that they carry in area MT suggests that motion perception is not blocked during saccades by suppression at early stages in the visual pathway. 1998-09-28 2022-01-08 monkey
B R Beutter, L S Ston. Human motion perception and smooth eye movements show similar directional biases for elongated apertures. Vision research vol 38 issue 9 1998 9666995 We found that the perceptual and oculomotor biases were nearly identical, suggesting that pursuit and perception share a critical motion processing stage, perhaps in area MT or MST of extrastriate visual cortex. 1998-07-27 2022-01-08 Not clear
A T Smith, M W Greenlee, K D Singh, F M Kraemer, J Henni. The processing of first- and second-order motion in human visual cortex assessed by functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 18 issue 10 1998 9570811 Areas V1 and V2 give good responses to all motion stimuli, but the activity seems to be related primarily to the local spatial and temporal structure in the image rather than to motion processing. 1998-06-01 2022-01-08 Not clear
R Wan. A network model of motion processing in area MT of primates. Journal of computational neuroscience vol 4 issue 4 1998 9427117 A simple and biologically plausible model is proposed to simulate the visual motion processing taking place in the middle temporal (MT) area of the visual cortex in the primate brain. 1998-02-03 2022-01-08 Not clear
H Buchner, R Gobbel\\xc3\\xa9, M Wagner, M Fuchs, T D Waberski, R Beckman. Fast visual evoked potential input into human area V5. Neuroreport vol 8 issue 11 1998 9261801 Studies of the human visual cortex have demonstrated that an area for motion processing (V5) is located in the lateral occipito-temporal cortex. 1998-01-08 2022-01-08 human
L M Vaina, A Cowe. Impairment of the perception of second order motion but not first order motion in a patient with unilateral focal brain damage. Proceedings. Biological sciences vol 263 issue 1374 1996 8858874 This result indicates that separate pathways for motion perception exist, either as divergent pathways from area MT or even from primary visual cortex, or as separate pathways from subcortical areas to extrastriate visual areas. 1996-12-03 2022-01-07 Not clear
M Rizzo, M Nawrot, J Zih. Motion and shape perception in cerebral akinetopsia. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 118 ( Pt 5) issue 1996 7496774 who has motion perception deficits due to extensive bilateral lesions of the dorsolateral visual association cortex that spare primary visual cortex, area V1. 1996-01-18 2022-01-07 human
N Qian, R A Anderse. V1 responses to transparent and nontransparent motions. Experimental brain research vol 103 issue 1 1995 7615036 We recorded from the directionally selective V1 cells of behaving macaque monkeys using these two types of stimuli in order to investigate the physiological basis of transparent motion perception. 1995-08-23 2022-01-07 monkey
N Qian, R A Anderse. V1 responses to transparent and nontransparent motions. Experimental brain research vol 103 issue 1 1995 7615036 We decided to determine the correlation between V1 activity and the transparent motion perception directly by recording from V1 cells using both transparent random dot patterns and nontransparent counterphase gratings. 1995-08-23 2022-01-07 monkey
N Qian, R A Anderse. V1 responses to transparent and nontransparent motions. Experimental brain research vol 103 issue 1 1995 7615036 This observation alone would seem to suggest that V1 activity could better explain transparent motion perception than MT activity. 1995-08-23 2022-01-07 monkey
I Sherman, H Spitze. Model of local velocity in the primary visual cortical cells. Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science, and vision vol 12 issue 6 1995 7769506 A motion model for the early stages of motion processing in the visual cortex that focuses on velocity properties is presented. 1995-07-03 2022-01-07 Not clear
H Spitzer, M Almon, I Sherma. A model for the early stages of motion processing based on spatial and temporal edge detection by X-cells. Spatial vision vol 8 issue 3 1995 7833301 A model for the early stages of motion processing in the visual cortex is presented. 1995-03-02 2022-01-07 Not clear
L M Vain. Functional segregation of color and motion processing in the human visual cortex: clinical evidence. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 4 issue 5 1995 7833656 Functional segregation of color and motion processing in the human visual cortex: clinical evidence. 1995-02-24 2022-01-07 monkey
N Qian, R A Andersen, E H Adelso. Transparent motion perception as detection of unbalanced motion signals. III. Modeling. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 14 issue 12 1995 7996183 The above experiments suggest a two-stage model of motion perception with a motion measurement stage in V1 and an opponent-direction suppression stage in area MT. 1995-01-17 2022-01-07 Not clear
V A Lamme, B W Van Dijk, H Spekreijs. Organization of contour from motion processing in primate visual cortex. Vision research vol 34 issue 6 1994 8160388 It is concluded that V1 does not merely provide an input stage to contour from motion processing, but that segmentation information, based on relative motion, is present at this early cortical level. 1994-05-18 2022-01-07 Not clear
V A Lamme, B W Van Dijk, H Spekreijs. Organization of contour from motion processing in primate visual cortex. Vision research vol 34 issue 6 1994 8160388 Organization of contour from motion processing in primate visual cortex. 1994-05-18 2022-01-07 Not clear
V A Lamme, B W van Dijk, H Spekreijs. Contour from motion processing occurs in primary visual cortex. Nature vol 363 issue 6429 1993 8505980 Contour from motion processing occurs in primary visual cortex. 1993-07-02 2022-01-07 Not clear
D R Mestre, M Brouchon, M Ceccaldi, M Ponce. Perception of optical flow in cortical blindness: a case report. Neuropsychologia vol 30 issue 9 1992 1407493 Motion perception was studied in a subject with bilateral lesion of the visual cortex, involving severe damage to cortical areas V1 and V4, but with no apparent damage to visual associative areas situated in occipito-parietal and lateral occipito-temporal (presumably V5) zones. 1992-11-23 2022-01-07 human
V P Ferrera, T A Nealey, J H Maunsel. Mixed parvocellular and magnocellular geniculate signals in visual area V4. Nature vol 358 issue 6389 1992 1508271 The visual cortex also can be subdivided into two pathways, one specialized for motion processing and the other for colour and form information. 1992-09-22 2022-01-07 Not clear
T D Albrigh. Form-cue invariant motion processing in primate visual cortex. Science (New York, N.Y.) vol 255 issue 5048 1992 1546317 Form-cue invariant motion processing in primate visual cortex. 1992-04-15 2022-01-09 Not clear
M E Goldberg, M A Segrave. The visual and frontal cortices. Reviews of oculomotor research vol 3 issue 1991 2486326 Thus visual cortex is necessary for the integration of visual motion information into the saccadic system, because the superior colliculus in the primate cannot do adequate motion processing. 1991-01-29 2022-01-07 Not clear
L Tychsen, S G Lisberge. Visual motion processing for the initiation of smooth-pursuit eye movements in humans. Journal of neurophysiology vol 56 issue 4 1987 3783238 Our data provide evidence that the cell populations responsible for motion processing are similar in humans and monkeys and imply that the functional organization of the visual cortex is similar in the two species. 1987-01-05 2022-01-07 monkey
T D Albrigh. Direction and orientation selectivity of neurons in visual area MT of the macaque. Journal of neurophysiology vol 52 issue 6 1985 6520628 These results support the notion that area MT represents a further specialization over area V1 for stimulus motion processing. 1985-02-27 2022-01-07 monkey
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