A retinotopic representation of filling in: Further supporting evidence

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (6):765-766 (1998)
A few findings from our laboratory are provided as evidence favoring “isomrphism” in filling-in. One is the responsivity of macaque-cortical area V1 cells to a stimulus designed for surface filling-in at the blind spot. Another is a phenomenological observation of motion aftereffect confined within a filled-in surface at the blind spot. Our recent study on the monkey's perception of surface filling-in at a scotoma is also mentioned.
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