Chapter 6 Part 1

Chapter 6 Part 1 - NOBEL PRIZE 1967 COMPLEMENTARY...

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CHAPTER 5  VISUAL  SYSTEM PSY 223 SPRING 2012
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THE VISUAL  SPECTRUM
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LENS IS FLEXIBLE
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FIBERS ON LENS
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VIEW OF RETINA
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CONES AND RODS
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ROD VISION NIGHT VISION ACHROMATIC NO DETAIL COMMON IN NIGHT  ANIMALS CONE VISION DAY LIGHT VISION CHROMATIC DETAILED VISION COMMON IN DAY  ANIMALS
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ROD AND CONE VISION
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LIGHT STRIKES THE  RETINA
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CONVERGENCE,  RESOLUTION OLD GERMAN  SAYING “AT NIGHT ALL  CATS ARE  GRAY”
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THE VISUAL SYSTEM THE VISUAL FIELD THE RETINA THALAMUS LATERAL GENICULATE PRIMARY VISUAL  CORTEX
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GEORGE WALD AND  RODS AND CONES
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HUMAN SCOTOPIC  VISION
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MACH BANDS WHY DO WE CARE ABOUT  EDGES?
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THREE TYPES OF  CONES GEORGE WALD
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Unformatted text preview: NOBEL PRIZE 1967 COMPLEMENTARY AFTERIMAGES STARE AT THE X FUNCTIONAL COLUMNS THE COLUMNS OF NEURONS IN CORTEX SPECIALIZE IN SIGNALS WITH A PARTICULAR ORIENTATION BLOBS WITH DUAL OPPONENT COLOR CELLS ARE YOU IMPRESSED WITH YOUR VISUAL SYSTEM? VISION OCCUPIES MUCH CORTEX SUMMARIZING WHAT YOU KNOW BINOCULAR DISPARITY TREMOR, DRIFT, SACCADE PHOTOPIC, SCOTOPIC PARVOCELLULAR LAYERS: DETAIL, COLOR MAGNOCELLULAR LAYERS: MOVEMENT LATERAL INHIBITION COMPONENT, OPPONENT PROCESSING RECEPTIVE FIELDS...
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Chapter 6 Part 1 - NOBEL PRIZE 1967 COMPLEMENTARY...

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