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An anisotropy of orientation-tuned suppression that matches the anisotropy of typical natural scenes.

An anisotropy of orientation-tuned suppression that matches the anisotropy of typical natural scenes. J Vis. 2009 Jan 23; 9(1):35.1-15.

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