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Single neurons in the dorsal lateral suprasylvian cortex (DLS) of the cat were tested with large ¢eld optic £ow stimuli simulating translation and spiral motion (including radiation and rotation) in di¡erent directions. Most cells were responsive to both kinds of movement with fairly good direction selectivity. Generally, the responses were better to spiral motion than to translation, and better to radiation than to rotation. Moreover, the direction tuning for spiral was broader than that fordoi:10.1097/00001756-200404290-00017 pmid:15076726 fatcat:chu4minhwnc3fn4nqfunl3blua