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Textures as Probes of Visual Processing.

TitleTextures as Probes of Visual Processing.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsVictor JD, Conte MM, Chubb CF
JournalAnnu Rev Vis Sci
Date Published2017 Sep 15

Visual textures are a class of stimuli with properties that make them well suited for addressing general questions about visual function at the levels of behavior and neural mechanism. They have structure across multiple spatial scales, they put the focus on the inferential nature of visual processing, and they help bridge the gap between stimuli that are analytically convenient and the complex, naturalistic stimuli that have the greatest biological relevance. Key questions that are well suited for analysis via visual textures include the nature and structure of perceptual spaces, modulation of early visual processing by task, and the transformation of sensory stimuli into patterns of population activity that are relevant to perception.

Alternate JournalAnnu Rev Vis Sci
PubMed ID28937948
PubMed Central IDPMC5629359
Grant ListR01 EY007977 / EY / NEI NIH HHS / United States