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simple cell n.

simple cell n.

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A type of neuron in the primary visual cortex (Area V1) that responds maximally to a stationary bar (slit) or straight edge with a particular orientation or slant and position on the retina and that divides the receptive field into excitatory and inhibitory regions: excitation within a bar and inhibition outside it, excitation outside a bar and inhibition inside it, or excitation on one side of an edge and inhibition on the other side. See also bar detector, edge detector, end-stopped receptive field, feature detector, orientation-specific cell. Compare complex cell, hypercomplex cell.

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