Border Ownership Assignment based on Dorsal and Horizontal Modulations

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The face-vase illusion introduced by Rubin (Rubin, 1915) demonstrates how one can switch back and forth between different interpretations by assigning borders to either side of contours in an image. Border ownership assignment is an important step in perception of forms. Zhou et al. (Zhou, Friedman, & von der Heydt, 2000) suggested that certain neurons in the visual cortex encode border ownership....

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