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13 march 2019 22:01:33

 
Reversible Inactivation of Different Millimeter-Scale Regions of Primate IT Results in Different Patterns of Core Object Recognition Deficits (Neuron)
 




Rajalingham and DiCarlo show that inactivating millimeter-scale IT subregions results in selective object recognition deficits, providing direct evidence for a causal role of IT in this behavior. Inactivating different subregions resulted in different deficit patterns, revealing an underlying topographical organization.


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