PSY260_CHP6 - a Optic Nerve b Three Main Types 11 Optic...

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BBH203/PSY260 NEUROLOGICAL BASES OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR Chapter 6: Vision Outline of Major Terms and Considerations 1. Anatomy of the Eye a. Sclera b. Cornea c. Anterior Chamber d. Pupil and Iris e. Lens f. Vitreous Chamber g. Retina 2. Closer Look at the Retina a. Optic Disk b. Macula c. Fovea 3. Layers of the Retina a. Ganglion Cells b. Amacrine Cells c. Bipolar Cells d. Horizontal Cells e. Nuclear and Plexiform Layers 4. Photoreceptors: Rods a. rhodopsin b. Scotopic vision 5. Photoreceptors: Cones a. Photopigments b. Photopic Vision 6. Peak Sensitivity of Photoreceptors 7. Transduction in Rods a. The Dark Current 8. Receptive Fields 9. Lateral Inhibition 10. Ganglion Cells
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Unformatted text preview: a. Optic Nerve b. Three Main Types 11. Optic Nerve (Diagram) 12. Lateral Geniculate Nucleus a. Organization b. Diagram 13. Primary Visual Cortex 14. Cortical Receptive Fields a. Simple b. Complex 15. Dorsal and Ventral Streams 16. Fusiform Face Area 17. Coding Color a. Additive versus Subtractive Methods 18. Theories of Color a. Trichromatic Theory b. Opponent Process Theory 19. Colorblindness a. Monochromatic b. Dichromatic c. Trichromatic 20. Retinex Theory 21. Visual Disorders a. Motion Blindness b. Blindsight c. Visual Agnosia d. Prosopagnosia...
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