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08)_Sensation_32 - The World Stimulus BRAIN 2/10/11 7 20 21...

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2/10/11 2 Initial Information Transmission in the Vision System If we severed here, which part of the primary visual cortex would receive information from the left v.f.? A)Left hemi only B) Right hemi only C)Both hemispheres D)Neither hemi Primary visual cortex Left hemi = Right vf Right hemi = Left vf
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2/10/11 3 + Note: for some people, especially left-handed people, language is different
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2/10/11 4 X CUP ??? (nothing) “CUP”
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2/10/11 5 X SPOON A) Spoon B) Nothing
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2/10/11 6 Transduction Neuronal Processing Interpretation Action Impacting
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Unformatted text preview: The World Stimulus BRAIN 2/10/11 7 20 21 2/10/11 8 22 Light 2/10/11 9 Cones Rods Light 2/10/11 10 Light (Visual Field) Cell Response + - Visual Field (everything you can see) Hypothetical Receptive Field for a ganglion cell 2/10/11 11 + - + - If D (below) represents the base rate of a particular cell and the circles represent the receptive field for that cell, which firing rate would you expect for the cell for this stimulus? A) B) C) D) In this instance, the presynaptic neurons that synapse onto this cell cause: A) IPSPs B) EPSPs...
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