Robustness to two-object images in human visual cortex


Yigal Agam1, Hesheng Liu4, Alexander Papanastassiou6, Calin Buia1, Alexandra J. Golby5, Joseph R. Madsen6 and Gabriel Kreiman1,2,3,*


1 Department of Ophthalmology and Neurobiology, ChildrenÕs Hospital, Harvard Medical School

2 Center for Brain Science Harvard University

3 Swartz Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, Harvard University

4 Massachusetts General Hospital

5 Department of Neurosurgery, Brigham and WomenÕs Hospital

6 Department of Neurosurgery, ChildrenÕs Hospital, Harvard Medical School



Figure W1: Stimuli and stimulus presentation scheme

Figure W2: Suppression index for exemplars and categories

Figure W3: Example responses to all exemplar pairs

Figure W4: Decoding object information in cluttered images in single trials

Figure W5: Comparison of responses to target-present images versus target-absent images

Figure W6: Eye-tracking data

Figure W7: Location of visually selective electrodes

Figure W8: Definition response latency

Figure W9: About notch filters

Figure W10: Intracranial field potentials and receptive fields in human temporal cortex



Last updated: 03/09/10