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1.

Receptive fields, binocular interaction and functional architecture in the cat's visual cortex.

HUBEL DH, WIESEL TN.

J Physiol. 1962 Jan;160:106-54. No abstract available.

2.

Receptive fields of single neurones in the cat's striate cortex.

HUBEL DH, WIESEL TN.

J Physiol. 1959 Oct;148:574-91. No abstract available.

3.

Single unit activity in striate cortex of unrestrained cats.

HUBEL DH.

J Physiol. 1959 Sep 2;147:226-38. No abstract available.

4.

RETINAL GANGLION CELLS RESPONDING SELECTIVELY TO DIRECTION AND SPEED OF IMAGE MOTION IN THE RABBIT.

BARLOW HB, HILL RM, LEVICK WR.

J Physiol. 1964 Oct;173:377-407. No abstract available.

5.

DIRECTIONAL MOVEMENT AND HORIZONTAL EDGE DETECTORS IN THE PIGEON RETINA.

MATURANA HR, FRENK S.

Science. 1963 Nov 15;142(3594):977-9.

PMID:
14069232
6.

Selective sensitivity to direction of movement in ganglion cells of the rabbit retina.

BARLOW HB, HILL RM.

Science. 1963 Feb 1;139(3553):412-4.

PMID:
13966712
7.

Anatomy and physiology of vision in the frog (Rana pipiens).

MATURANA HR, LETTVIN JY, MCCULLOCH WS, PITTS WH.

J Gen Physiol. 1960 Jul;43(6)Suppl:129-75. No abstract available.

8.

[On optical resolving ability of the facet eye of Limulus].

REICHARDT W.

Kybernetik. 1961 Jul;1:57-69. German. No abstract available.

PMID:
13740432
9.

The localization of function in the rabbit retina.

THOMSON LC.

J Physiol. 1953 Feb 27;119(2-3):191-209. No abstract available.

10.

Summation and inhibition in the frog's retina.

BARLOW HB.

J Physiol. 1953 Jan;119(1):69-88. No abstract available.

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