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Who discovered "feature detectors"?
- David Hubel
- Torsten Wiesel
What is orientation (horizontal) feature detector?
AP's becomes more active when shifted
Movement feature dectors
AP's activity increase with movement
What can damage to the front of the head cause?
Mainly sensory problems
What can damage to the back of the head cause?
Mainly cause perceptual problems
What is oddity "blindsight"
No awarness of visual world
How do people with damage to their superior colliculus feel about their love's one?
They don't feel emotionally about them. They feel like they can't trust them.
What are the visual pathways for parallel processing?
Three visual pathways
- lateral geniculate nucleus
- superior colliculus
- suprachiasmatic nucleus
What are the three visual input?
What is motion blindness?
Can see stationary objects, but not those in motions.
What is Achromatopsia?
See world in shades of gray.
What is visual agnosia?
- Can't recognize complex stimuli?
- EX: Face
What is perception?
How we make sense of the world through our five senses.
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