PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Correspondence Problem, Stereoblindness, Vanishing Point

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We can make torsional head movts but can"t do torsion eye movements voluntarily. Not good sign if you can do torsional eye movements voluntarily. You cannot fixate completely steadily when u rotate your head because your eyes make counter rotations. Axons radiate out and form the cranial numbers. The cranial nerves are named after the nuclei out of which the axons grow. The occulomotor neurons send out axons which form the cranial nerve 3, called occulomotor nerve. 4 of the 6 muscles are innervated by the occulomotor nerve. The trochlear nerve si innervating muscle f the eye on opposite side :superior oblique. Some structure in cortex innervate superior colliculus- in midbrain. on the brain stem. also has more than one map. topographical map. Visual pathways go directly to superior colliculus besides going directly to cerebral cortex. Smooth pursuit: following an object with your eyes as the object moves. When you are following an object, the rest of the world stays stable.

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