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Vision and audition, Course 9.04 Peter H. Schiller and Chris Brown, year 2006 Introduction to Course 9.04, Vision and Audition Vision: Peter H. Schiller Audition: Chris Brown Reading assignments Research report Exams Introductions
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What aspects of visual processing are we trying to understand? Color vision Movement pocessing Depth perception Object recognition Generation of visually guided eye movements
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Tools of the trade: Psychophysics Anatomy Physiology Pharmacology Brain lesions Imaging
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The visual and oculomotor systems Peter H. Schiller, Sep 11, 2006 Basic Wiring of the Visual System
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The world seen by the two eyes rabbit human Seen by both eyes Seen by left eye Seen by right eye Seen by both eyes Seen by left eye Seen by right eye Figure by MIT OCW.
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LGN Cortex Optic chiasm Optic tectum Fish and Amphibia
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temporal nasal optic chiasm terminal nuclei superior colliculi NOT LGN p m FRONTAL LOBE PARIETAL LOBE r e i g h t p m s f l TEMPORAL LOBE MT V 4 V 3 V 2 V 1 Primates left right hemifield hemifield Horopter (Vieth-Muller circle) fix
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Basics of Retinal Connections and Retinal Ganglion Cells
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Ciliary process Retrolental space Optic axis Canal of Cloquet Retina Sclera Choroid Lamina cribrosa Horizontal section of the right human eye. Nerve & sheath Macula lutea Fovea Vitreous humor Visual axis Ora serrata Ciliary epithelium Zonule fibers Ciliary muscle Canal of Schlemm Conjunctiva Iris Cornea Rectus tendon Lens Anterior Chamber Posterior chamber Limbal zone Ciliary body Disc Figure by MIT OCW.
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