NSC1306Test3Review

NSC1306Test3Review - NSC1306 Test 3 Review Fall 2006 1)...

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NSC1306 Test 3 Review Fall 2006 1) Know how wavelength is related to both brightness and color. 2) Know the basic anatomy of the eye (Figure 6.4) and the function of each part. 3) Be able to explain sensitivity and acuity. 4) Know how the lens and ciliary muscles work together to accommodate objects. 5) How do you use both eyes to see a 3-D image of the world? 6) Know the order of the neurons in the retina (ganglion, amacrine…etc.) 7) What is the blind spot and how does it relate to completion? 8) What is the duplexity theory? 9) What is the difference between photopic and scotopic vision? 10) What is convergence? 11) How are rods and cones distributed throughout the retina? 12) What is the photopic and scotopic sensitivity curve? What photoreceptors detect what color the best? (Purkinje effect) 13) What is meant by temporal integration? 14) How is light transduced to neural signals in rods? (Figure 6.12) 15) Know the major components of the retina-geniculate-striate system (Figure 6.13) 16) Be able to describe the cells found in M and P layers 17) What is lateral inhibition and how is it related to Mach bands? 18)
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