1.Suppose you encounter a creature whose visual system contains only a P-pathway, not an M-pathway. How might this creature’s visual world differ from yours?
2. What receptive field properties emerge at the level of the visual cortex?
3.What is a hypercolumn, and how does this concept relate to cortical magnification?
4. What role does the superior colliculus play in vision? How does it get the information it needs to provide this function?
5. Given what is known about the lateral geniculate nucleus, what might be its functional role(s) in vision?
6. The information conveyed by any simple cell in the visual cortex is profoundly limited. Explain how and also explain how the visual system overcomes these limits
7. . Why does a vertical line appear tilted slightly anticlockwise following prolonged exposure to lines tilted slightly clockwise?
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