All Relations between color perception and v1

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Bingao Zhang, Rong Zhang, Jingjin Zhao, Jiarui Yang, Shengyong X. The mechanism of human color vision and potential implanted devices for artificial color vision. Frontiers in neuroscience. vol 18. 2024-07-04. PMID:38962178. the neural mechanism of color vision is complicated, involving the co-ordinated functions of a variety of cells, such as retinal cells and lateral geniculate nucleus cells, as well as multiple levels of the visual cortex. 2024-07-04 2024-07-10 human
Mengdan Sun, Xiaoqing Ga. Rapid color categorization revealed by frequency-tagging-based EEG. Vision research. vol 217. 2024-02-18. PMID:38368707. recent theories have put emphasis on the role of top-down influence on color perception that the original continuous color space in the visual cortex may be transformed into categorical encoding due to top-down modulation. 2024-02-18 2024-02-21 Not clear
Didier Ndayikengurukiye, Max Mignott. CoSOV1Net: A Cone- and Spatial-Opponent Primary Visual Cortex-Inspired Neural Network for Lightweight Salient Object Detection. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). vol 23. issue 14. 2023-07-29. PMID:37514744. in this work, we propose cosov1net, a novel lightweight salient object-detection neural network model, inspired by the cone- and spatial-opponent processes of the primary visual cortex (v1), which inextricably link color and shape in human color perception. 2023-07-29 2023-08-14 human
Katrin Franke, Chenchen Cai, Kayla Ponder, Jiakun Fu, Sacha Sokoloski, Philipp Berens, Andreas S Tolia. Asymmetric distribution of color-opponent response types across mouse visual cortex supports superior color vision in the sky. bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology. 2023-06-19. PMID:37333280. asymmetric distribution of color-opponent response types across mouse visual cortex supports superior color vision in the sky. 2023-06-19 2023-08-14 mouse
Hadar Cohen-Duwek, Hamutal Slovin, Elishai Ezra Tsu. Computational modeling of color perception with biologically plausible spiking neural networks. PLoS computational biology. vol 18. issue 10. 2022-10-27. PMID:36301992. we compared our results to experimentally obtained v1 neuronal activity maps in a macaque monkey using voltage-sensitive dye imaging and used the model to demonstrate and critically explore color constancy, color assimilation, and ambiguous color perception. 2022-10-27 2023-08-14 monkey
Semir Zek. The paton prize lecture 2021: A colourful experience leading to a reassessment of colour vision and its theories. Experimental physiology. 2022-09-17. PMID:36114718. in this lecture, given in honour of sir william paton, a brilliant scientist and one of britain's great patrons of biology, i give a personal account of the fundamental issues in colour vision that i have tackled since 1973, when i discovered a cortical zone lying outside the primary visual cortex that is rich in cells with chromatic properties. 2022-09-17 2023-08-14 Not clear
Ming Li, Niansheng Ju, Rundong Jiang, Fang Liu, Hongfei Jiang, Stephen Macknik, Susana Martinez-Conde, Shiming Tan. Perceptual hue, lightness, and chroma are represented in a multidimensional functional anatomical map in macaque V1. Progress in neurobiology. 2022-02-19. PMID:35182707. to determine the contribution of v1 to setting up these downstream processing mechanisms, we studied cortical color responses in macaques-who share color vision mechanisms with humans. 2022-02-19 2023-08-13 human
Isaac Temores, Alexander Naylor, Karen L Gunthe. Effect of Spots versus Gratings on Non-Cardinal Color Perception: Experiment 2. Journal of vision. vol 22. issue 3. 2022-02-04. PMID:35120222. the lateral geniculate nucleus (lgn) processes cardinal colors but not non-cardinal, while non-cardinal color perception occurs in the visual cortex. 2022-02-04 2023-08-13 human
Valerie Nunez, James Gordon, Robert M Shaple. A multiplicity of color-responsive cortical mechanisms revealed by the dynamics of cVEPs. Vision research. vol 188. 2021-09-13. PMID:34388605. this difference in response dynamics supports the concept that there are multiple, distinct neuronal populations, so-called higher- order color mechanisms, for color perception within human v1 cortex. 2021-09-13 2023-08-13 human
Katarzyna Siuda-Krzywicka, Paolo Bartolome. What Cognitive Neurology Teaches Us about Our Experience of Color. The Neuroscientist : a review journal bringing neurobiology, neurology and psychiatry. vol 26. issue 3. 2021-07-05. PMID:31691627. retinal signals are processed in the visual cortex through high-level mechanisms that link color perception with top-down expectations and knowledge. 2021-07-05 2023-08-13 Not clear
Valerie Nunez, Robert M Shapley, James Gordo. Cortical Double-Opponent Cells in Color Perception: Perceptual Scaling and Chromatic Visual Evoked Potentials. i-Perception. vol 9. issue 1. 2020-09-30. PMID:29375753. in the early visual cortex v1, there are currently only two known neural substrates for color perception: single-opponent and double-opponent cells. 2020-09-30 2023-08-13 Not clear
Insub Kim, Sang Wook Hong, Steven K Shevell, Won Mok Shi. Neural representations of perceptual color experience in the human ventral visual pathway. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 117. issue 23. 2020-08-21. PMID:32457156. using functional mri (fmri) and a model-based encoding approach, we found that neural representations in higher visual areas, such as v4 and vo1, corresponded to the perceived color, whereas responses in early visual areas v1 and v2 were modulated by the chromatic light stimulus rather than color perception. 2020-08-21 2023-08-13 human
Erin Goddard, Dorita H F Chang, Robert F Hess, Kathy T Mulle. Color contrast adaptation: fMRI fails to predict behavioral adaptation. NeuroImage. vol 201. 2020-05-07. PMID:31326574. here we use it in human color vision to test the selectivity of responses to s-cone opponent (blue-yellow), l/m-cone opponent (red-green), and achromatic (ach) contrast across nine regions of interest in visual cortex. 2020-05-07 2023-08-13 human
Qian Wang, Lu Luo, Jing Wang, Guoming Lua. Color perception matches selectivity in human early visual cortex. Brain stimulation. vol 13. issue 1. 2020-01-21. PMID:31636022. color perception matches selectivity in human early visual cortex. 2020-01-21 2023-08-13 human
Anna Song, Olivier Faugeras, Romain Velt. A neural field model for color perception unifying assimilation and contrast. PLoS computational biology. vol 15. issue 6. 2019-12-02. PMID:31173581. we address the question of color-space interactions in the brain, by proposing a neural field model of color perception with spatial context for the visual area v1 of the cortex. 2019-12-02 2023-08-13 Not clear
Filippo Brighina, Viviana Firpo, Simona Maccora, Vittoria Calabró, Fabio Lombardo, Giuseppe Cosentino, Roberta Baschi, Nadia Bolognini, Giuseppe Vallar, Brigida Fierr. O046. Color vision and visual cortex excitability are impaired in episodic migraine. Simply coexisting or pathophysiologically related dysfunctions? The journal of headache and pain. vol 16. issue Suppl 1. 2019-11-20. PMID:28132331. color vision and visual cortex excitability are impaired in episodic migraine. 2019-11-20 2023-08-13 Not clear
Takao Yamasaki, Toshihiko Maekawa, Yuka Miyanaga, Kenji Takahashi, Naomi Takamiya, Katsuya Ogata, Shozo Tobimats. Enhanced Fine-Form Perception Does Not Contribute to Gestalt Face Perception in Autism Spectrum Disorder. PloS one. vol 12. issue 2. 2017-08-08. PMID:28146575. the ventral visual stream from the primary visual cortex (v1) to the fusiform gyrus (v4) plays an important role in form (including faces) and color perception. 2017-08-08 2023-08-13 Not clear
Feifei Xiao, Guoshuai Cai, Heping Zhan. Segregation Analysis Suggests That a Genetic Reason May Contribute to "the Dress" Colour Perception. PloS one. vol 11. issue 10. 2017-06-20. PMID:27768729. biological explanations have been proposed by neurologist and other scientists, most of which mainly focus on the bias of color perception from visual cortex assuming different illuminants as backgrounds. 2017-06-20 2023-08-13 Not clear
Matthew P Simunovi. Acquired color vision deficiency. Survey of ophthalmology. vol 61. issue 2. 2016-09-23. PMID:26656928. a wide array of conditions may affect color vision, ranging from diseases of the ocular media through to pathology of the visual cortex. 2016-09-23 2023-08-13 Not clear
Frederick E Lepor. Dr. Airy's "morbid affection of the eyesight": lessons from Teichopsia Circa 1870. Journal of neuro-ophthalmology : the official journal of the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society. vol 34. issue 3. 2015-04-21. PMID:24840023. his observations of the expansion ("build-up"), minification/magnification, and color/achromatopsia of migrainous teichopsia are consistent with (and possibly anticipatory of) the later discoveries of cortical spreading depression, cortical magnification of primary visual cortex (v1), and specialized cortical centers for color vision. 2015-04-21 2023-08-13 Not clear