Supplementary Figure 3 : Data for individual subjects in the radial bias experiment

From: Attention alters orientation processing in the human lateral geniculate nucleus

Supplementary Figure 3

Mean BOLD responses were greater, both in LGN and V1, when the orientation of a stimulus matched the preferred retinotopic radial axis (collinear), compared to when it did not (orthogonal). These results suggest that orientation responses in the human LGN include a radial bias component, whereby orientation biases tend to be spatially clustered, in accordance to the polar angle of their retinotopic preference.