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, 4 (5), 455-69

How Inferior Temporal Cortex Became a Visual Area

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How Inferior Temporal Cortex Became a Visual Area

C G Gross. Cereb Cortex.

Abstract

The origins of contemporary work on the temporal cortex and object recognition are traced from their roots in phrenology through the search for a cortical visual area to the discovery of the Klüver-Bucy syndrome and its fractionation, finally ending with early single-neuron recording studies.

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