Steven E. Petersen, Francis M. Miezin, Maurizio Corbetta and Marcus E. Raichle
Visual neuroscience has been the focus of inquiry across many disciplines and has produced an explosion of understanding about how visual information is processed. A fundamental question is: Where are the computations necessary for vision performed?
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Publish Date: 01 August 1991
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