VISION, CENTRALRelationship between change detection and post-change activity in visual area V1Landman, Rogier1 2 CA; Spekreijse, Henk1; Lamme, Victor A. F.2 3Author Information 1Department of Visual System Analysis, AMC, Graduate School of Neurosciences, PO box 12011, 1100AA Amsterdam 2Netherlands Ophthalmic Research Institute, Meibergdreef 47, 1105 BA Amsterdam 3Department of Psychology, Room A626, University of Amsterdam, Roetersstraat 15, Amsterdam, The Netherlands CACorresponding Author: firstname.lastname@example.org Received 25 July 2004; accepted 4 August 2004 NeuroReport: October 5th, 2004 - Volume 15 - Issue 14 - p 2211-2214 Buy SDC Erratum Abstract Humans are poor at detecting changes to visual scenes occurring during brief disruptions. It is unclear whether this ‘change blindness’ results from failure to process the relevant item before the change, or failure to compare/recall the item after the change. We recorded pre-change multi-unit activity in area V1 of monkeys performing a change detection task. The animals were rewarded for making a saccade to the changing figure. Figure-ground related activity was observed, even when no correct saccade was made. However, for the changing figure, pre-change activity was stronger in correct trials than in incorrect trials. We conclude that small differences in pre-change figure-ground segregation have predictive value in whether the change will be successfully detected. Erratum The authors would like to make the following amendment to their article referenced below . The word post-change in the title should read: pre-change. NeuroReport. 15(15):2441, October 25th, 2004. © 2004 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.