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Functions Superior Colliculus : The superior colliculus is involved in the creation of saccadic eye movements. It is also involved in eye-head movements and the closure of eye lids in response to intense light or rapidly approaching stimuli. Inferior Colliculus: The inferior colliculus is the main midbrain nucleus of the auditory pathway. It is involved in the incorporation and routing of multi-model sensory
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Unformatted text preview: perception, mainly startle reflex and ocular reflex and also spatial localization through binaural hearing. The inferior colliculus is responsive to change in amplitude which may be related to the detection of pitch. Diseases Superior Colliculus : N/A Inferior Colliculus : N/A Projections Superior Colliculus : N/A Inferior Colliculus : N/A...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PSY 375 taught by Professor Kelley during the Fall '07 term at Bridgewater College.

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