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unit 4 - nondirectional selectivity a P-cells => parvo...

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1. Allows for binocularism 2. Cells in 4C have a circular receptive field, but cells outside layer 4C have elongated receptive fields that respond best to bars or edges of light. 3. 1,4,6 => contralateral; 2,35 ipselateral 4. M cells => magno cells; non color specific; detects for dynamic form (motion); larger receptive field. Synapses in 4C alpha, which goes to layer 4A and 4B, which then form two types of complex orientation selective cells: those with directional selectivity and
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Unformatted text preview: nondirectional selectivity a. P-cells => parvo cells; color specific; detects for color; smaller receptive field (sees the finer details). Synapse in 4C beta, which synapses to layers 2 and 3. 5. Cells a. Simple Cells i. Respond weakly to small flashes of light ii. Orientation specificity b. Complex i. Orientation specificity ii. directional specificity c. End-Stop cells i. Orientation specificity ii. Directional specificity iii. Size specificity 6....
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