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Physiological Psych Exam 2 review questions1. Describe the functions of the iris and the lens. 2. What is the fovea, and why is it important?3. Describe the key differences between rods and cones (distribution in the retina, what aspects of visionthey're important for, their patterns of connection with bipolar cells). 4. What is the main input to, and output from, the ganglion cells in the retina?5. Why is there a blind spot (in the retina, and in vision)? 6. What is the main pathway of axons traveling from the retina back to the primary visual cortex?7. Which other brain structure (in the midbrain) receives visual input, and what kind of movements does this structure initiate?8. What and where are optic radiations?
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9. How would damage to the right optic tract affect vision in the two eyes?10. How would damage to the left lateral geniculate nucleus of the thalamus affect vision?
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  • Fall '17
  • MASSMAN
  • Psychology, Physiology, Test Review , Physio, motor cortex, primary visual cortex, PHYSIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY

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