Psych: How is an Image Perceived?
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Light enters the eye.
From there the image is inverted by the lens and [hopefully] hits the retina.
First makes its way through the retina’s out layer of cells, and then...
The light energy then hits the rods and cones which, in turn, produce chemical changes that generate neural signals.
This information is then passed onto the bipolar cells, which then activate the ganglion cells.
The axons of these ganglion cells then make up what are the strands of the optic nerve.
The image then crosses over through the corpus callosum, and is then reverted in the visual cortex.
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