All Relations between spatial frequency and primary visual cortex

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William F Broderick, Eero P Simoncelli, Jonathan Winawe. Mapping spatial frequency preferences across human primary visual cortex. Journal of vision vol 22 issue 4 2022 35266962 several studies have examined this dependency using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fmri), reporting preferred spatial frequencies (tuning curve peaks) of v1 voxels as a function of eccentricity, but their results differ by as much as two octaves, presumably owing to differences in stimuli, measurements, and analysis methodology. 2022-03-10 2022-04-14 Not clear
Sachiko Murase, Sarah E Robertson, Crystal L Lantz, Ji Liu, Daniel E Winkowski, Elizabeth M Quinla. Chronic Monocular Deprivation Reveals MMP9-Dependent and -Independent Aspects of Murine Visual System Plasticity. International journal of molecular sciences vol 23 issue 5 2022 35269580 calcium imaging of supragranular neurons of the binocular region of primary visual cortex (v1b) of wild-type mice revealed that cmd initiated at eye opening significantly decreased the strength of deprived-eye visual responses to all stimulus contrasts and spatial frequencies. 2022-03-10 2022-04-14 Not clear
Takehiro Nagai, Takuya Okada, Ken Nishino, Natsuko Okiyam. Impact of local luminance contrast on facial skin lightness perception: A psychophysical reverse correlation study using sub-band contrast modulation noise. Vision research vol 196 issue 2022 35247671 furthermore, spatial frequencies and orientations are represented in the primary visual cortex, which forms the basis of various visual perception. 2022-03-06 2022-03-08 Not clear
Takehiro Nagai, Takuya Okada, Ken Nishino, Natsuko Okiyam. Impact of local luminance contrast on facial skin lightness perception: A psychophysical reverse correlation study using sub-band contrast modulation noise. Vision research vol 196 issue 2022 35247671 furthermore, spatial frequencies and orientations are represented in the primary visual cortex, which forms the basis of various visual perception. 2022-03-05 2022-03-08 Not clear
Nathan C L Kong, Eshed Margalit, Justin L Gardner, Anthony M Norci. Increasing neural network robustness improves match to macaque V1 eigenspectrum, spatial frequency preference and predictivity. PLoS computational biology vol 18 issue 1 2022 34995280 we therefore investigated the spatial frequency tuning of artificial neurons and found that a large proportion of them preferred high spatial frequencies and that robust models had preferred spatial frequency distributions more aligned with the measured spatial frequency distribution of macaque v1 cells. 2022-01-07 2022-01-13 Not clear
Nathan C L Kong, Eshed Margalit, Justin L Gardner, Anthony M Norci. Increasing neural network robustness improves match to macaque V1 eigenspectrum, spatial frequency preference and predictivity. PLoS computational biology vol 18 issue 1 2022 34995280 they also suggest that it may be useful to penalize slow-decaying eigenspectra or to bias models to extract features of lower spatial frequencies during task-optimization in order to improve robustness and v1 neural response predictivity. 2022-01-07 2022-01-13 Not clear
Cameron T Ellis, Tristan S Yates, Lena J Skalaban, Vikranth R Bejjanki, Michael J Arcaro, Nicholas B Turk-Brown. Retinotopic organization of visual cortex in human infants. Neuron vol 109 issue 16 2021 34228960 infants aged 5-23\xc2\xa0months had retinotopic maps, with alternating preferences for vertical and horizontal meridians indicating the boundaries of visual areas v1 to v4 and an orthogonal gradient of preferences from high to low spatial frequencies. 2021-09-02 2022-01-13 Not clear
Kirstie J Salinas, Carey Y L Huh, Jack H Zeitoun, Sunil P Gandh. Functional Differentiation of Mouse Visual Cortical Areas Depends upon Early Binocular Experience. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 41 issue 7 2021 33376158 recent studies in mice have revealed that visual input from the two eyes provides spatiotemporally distinct signals to primary visual cortex (v1), such that contralateral eye-dominated v1 neurons respond to higher spatial frequencies than ipsilateral eye-dominated neurons. 2021-04-29 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hassan Kesserwan. The Biophysics of Visual Edge Detection: A Review of Basic Principles. Cureus vol 12 issue 10 2020 33269147 we begin with contrast visual testing and the development of\xc2\xa0frequency tuning curves, which provided an insight into the multi-channel processing of selective spatial frequencies by the visual cortex. 2020-12-07 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hassan Kesserwan. The Biophysics of Visual Edge Detection: A Review of Basic Principles. Cureus vol 12 issue 10 2020 33269147 the\xc2\xa0single-cell recordings from the simple cells of the cat visual cortex unfolded the gamma distribution curves of different neuronal firing frequencies for different spatial frequencies. 2020-12-07 2022-01-13 Not clear
Luca Battaglini, Giulio Contemori, Sofia Penzo, Marcello Manigli. tRNS effects on visual contrast detection. Neuroscience letters vol 717 issue 2020 31846733 in particular, the shallow depth of trns is likely to affect superficial layers of the visual cortex where neurons have higher preferred spatial frequencies than cells in further layers, while the lack of effect on vertical stimuli might reflect the optimization of the visual system to see cardinally oriented low contrast stimuli, leaving little room for short-term improvement. 2020-11-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Brian B Jeon, Alex D Swain, Jeffrey T Good, Steven M Chase, Sandra J Kuhlma. Feature selectivity is stable in primary visual cortex across a range of spatial frequencies. Scientific reports vol 8 issue 1 2019 30327571 feature selectivity is stable in primary visual cortex across a range of spatial frequencies. 2019-10-22 2022-01-13 Not clear
Paola Binda, Jan W Kurzawski, Claudia Lunghi, Laura Biagi, Michela Tosetti, Maria Concetta Morron. Response to short-term deprivation of the human adult visual cortex measured with 7T BOLD. eLife vol 7 issue 2019 30475210 assessment of spatial frequency tuning in v1 by a population receptive-field technique shows that deprivation primarily boosts high spatial frequencies, consistent with a primary involvement of the parvocellular pathway. 2019-03-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Dinghong Zhang, Bin Yu, Jing Liu, Weiqian Jiang, Taorong Xie, Ran Zhang, Dali Tong, Zilong Qiu, Haishan Ya. Altered visual cortical processing in a mouse model of MECP2 duplication syndrome. Scientific reports vol 7 issue 1 2019 28743991 in vivo extracellular recordings from primary visual cortex (v1) showed that neurons in tg1 mice at both adult ages preferred higher spatial frequencies (sfs) than those in wild-type (wt) littermate controls, and the semi-saturation contrasts of neurons were lower in tg1 mice at 8 weeks but not at 14 weeks. 2019-02-04 2022-01-13 Not clear
Zoey J Isherwood, Mark M Schira, Branka Speha. The tuning of human visual cortex to variations in the 1/f NeuroImage vol 146 issue 2018 27742601 the tuning of human visual cortex to variations in the 1/f natural scenes share a consistent distribution of energy across spatial frequencies (sf) known as the 1/f 2018-02-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Daniel Berman, Julie D Golomb, Dirk B Walthe. Scene content is predominantly conveyed by high spatial frequencies in scene-selective visual cortex. PloS one vol 12 issue 12 2018 29272283 scene content is predominantly conveyed by high spatial frequencies in scene-selective visual cortex. 2018-01-16 2022-01-13 Not clear
Daniel Berman, Julie D Golomb, Dirk B Walthe. Scene content is predominantly conveyed by high spatial frequencies in scene-selective visual cortex. PloS one vol 12 issue 12 2018 29272283 specifically, we measure the amount of image content carried by low versus high spatial frequencies for the representation of real-world scenes in scene-selective regions of human visual cortex. 2018-01-16 2022-01-13 Not clear
Inbal Ayzenshtat, Jesse Jackson, Rafael Yust. Orientation Tuning Depends on Spatial Frequency in Mouse Visual Cortex. eNeuro vol 3 issue 5 2017 27699210 using two-photon calcium imaging of neuronal populations from the primary visual cortex of mice, we have characterized the response properties of neurons to various orientations and spatial frequencies. 2017-10-31 2022-01-12 Not clear
Kirstie J Salinas, Dario X Figueroa Velez, Jack H Zeitoun, Hyungtae Kim, Sunil P Gandh. Contralateral Bias of High Spatial Frequency Tuning and Cardinal Direction Selectivity in Mouse Visual Cortex. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 37 issue 42 2017 28924011 furthermore, we find that neurons in binocular visual cortex that respond only to the contralateral eye are tuned to higher spatial frequencies. 2017-10-27 2022-01-13 Not clear
James E Niemeyer, Michael A Paradis. Contrast sensitivity, V1 neural activity, and natural vision. Journal of neurophysiology vol 117 issue 2 2017 27832603 however, in the more natural situation, contrast sensitivity is reduced up to 25% compared with that in a standard fixation paradigm, particularly at lower spatial frequencies, and this effect correlates with significant reductions in v1 responses. 2017-09-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
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