lecture 19 slides - sensitivity 8.4 Variation in...

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10.12 Color vision.
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11.17 The visual areas beyond the striate cortex are broadly organized into two pathways. Where What
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25.11 Selective activation of face cells in the inferior temporal cortex of a rhesus monkey. (Part 1)
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25.11 Selective activation of face cells in the inferior temporal cortex of a rhesus monkey. (Part 2)
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25.11 Selective activation of face cells in the inferior temporal cortex of a rhesus monkey. (Part 3)
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11.11 Binocular disparities are generally thought to be the basis of stereopsis.
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Livingston, M.S. and Conway, B.R. 2004. Was Rembrandt Stereoblind? N. Engl. J. Med. 2004: 351:1264-1265. Conway, B.R. and Livingston, M.S. 2007. Perspectives on science and art. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 17: 476-482.
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Somatosensory system mechanoreceptors pain/temperature
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Concept: sensory “receptive field”
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Concept: “lateral inhibition”
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Concept: number of receptors, number of neurons determines size of receptive fields and fineness of
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Unformatted text preview: sensitivity 8.4 Variation in sensitivity of tactile discrimination as a function of location on body surface . Dermatomes define the region of the body innervated by a given spinal nerve and the trigeminal nerve Box C Dermatomes 8.1 General organization of the somatic sensory system. (Part 1) Concept: decussation of neural pathways results in the representation of events on one body side on the opposite (contralateral) side of the nervous system 8.1 General organization of the somatic sensory system. (Part 2) Primary somatosensory cortex is located in the postcentral gyrus Concept: sensory systems often display topographic mapping 8.8 Somatotopic order in the human primary somatic sensory cortex. (Part 2) 24.15 Changes in the somatic sensory cortex of a monkey following amputation of a digit. 24.16 Functional expansion of a cortical representation by a repetitive behavioral task....
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2008 for the course BIO 365R taught by Professor Draper during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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