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Psychology
Course
PSY493H1
Professor
Adam Keith Anderson
Semester
Fall

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PSY493 OCT 23, 2012 Brain function: perception and encoding Per - Eye to the brain - Eye how the orgins of organization of perceptual system takes place in retina - And program used for brain organization - Perception 2 perspectives – is perception analysis of little bits of the world and building up - Or perception start with the hole and fills In picture - Both things are happening Visual maps - Building things from pieces - Chuck close - Later in life paraplegic couldn’t use arms to paint and make self portraits of hims - Contruced world in tiny representations - Creating the whole by making bits and pirces not look like chuck - Analyzing from parts not get to the whole - How to get to the whole - Think of these as receptive fields and come together to form lager object in the brain - Nrueons respond to orientations and come together and build the face - Look across the portraits - All portraits all different but of the same thing - Brian creating picture for you that thinks is out there - Perceive the world see one thing, all cohere together to be one painting - Brain perceptual illusion, differeat portraits in different parts of the brain - 50 different paintings in brain of same thing - Different parts depicting different portraits fo reality at same time - Cant attend to diffent things, decontrosut things into maps - Multiple maps Vusion as analytic - Analystic - We build up perception through components - Nueban figures – two interprations low is h or l - Global level the l is made of this h and h of l - Little details and global scale - Gestakt - Low spatial frequency is blurry – big changes in environem - High spaturial freuqncy is clear - Low is highlighting - Things computed same time in brain Convergence - Analysis in neural terms - Start off some data in world and analyzing into parts and breaking it up to more and more things - Dots of light more is extracted - Original file and and adjustment and sace differentfiles like contrast is abstraction of original photo more files - Brain takes original and makes more files to extract more data - Extracting more and more information - Nueral divergence idea more and more - Retina top cells respond to simple things - And higher up more complex things - No cells in retina respond to faces higher places more infor - Other part theoryitical - Humoty dumpty - If whole world is on retina and brain breaks apart - How does brain put back together - This is neural convergence - All come back to to converge to a cell that is of grandma - Do all things have to come together to say his is grandma, does cell look at all of these things color etc - One solution is neural convergence , divergence then glued back togtther one is attention and idea of constellations in the brain Overieveiew - Some parallel processing - Two thingshappening simulrnatously - Not in serial do one thing then hand it off then do it - In retina extract multiolke things at same time - Analytic more to the rods – centreal vision hd in color think of oncious vision is cones - Periphery more blurry and not much conscious access to it is rods - Cones one pathway in brain – parvocellualr pathway – high resolution colour - Rods magnocellurlar - Distinction starts in retina Eye to cns - Rgs – the visual system peope think about - Streucture alon pathway - Lgn in thalkmus - To striatre cortex in brain - Offshoot from retina bypasses lgn goes to colliculus superor and inferior and to pulvinar nuclus in thalamus - Original visual system - Older visual systems – original system before fancy cortex - To striate is newer - Thispathway the odler is for eye movements - Process things without awareness – frog vision – for orientating without knowing what they are for Rgs - What ssyetm – whats out there - Disorder in system lesions to straite cortex or to lgn - Result brain blindness – retina is find sending information to brain nothing there - Most periphera blindness - Some stroke do damage – will be blind retna repsionding to light to brain - Dmage one half have hemniopia lost visoon in half visual field Blindisht - Eyes still tract things In blind visual field - Controversial idea - Damage to rgs imariment in conscious vision go to neurologist and say blind and check vision - Do experiment move eyes to dot of light in blind viusla field - Cruel experiment - Patient fixates and presented to blind visual filed and presented with tone and move eyes to location – and move eyes they think randomly - When blank trails no presentation lying – play tone move eyes no difernce equally likle - Trials light presented essentricity tracts the location - Dotted line no light random nothing systematic - Lught in visual filed further light presented move eyes move - Two interpretations - 1, due to other visual pathway – not support seeing but eye movement - Not consciousness determines where eye moves see things that why moves eye to look at tehm - Eyes pre[aring u to see - 2, this pathway doesn’t exist vestigial not do anything, what Is haopenign people aren’t complelty blind - Not complelty unconscious - Some bit light getting through - Its incomplete functionally blind but tested some processing left - Old patway brken to some degree Rcp - Pathway related to eye movements - Action not seeing - Study - Where not what - Presented to visual field - Dark blind light is sighterd - And ask move eyes to target in sighted visual field - They present another stimulus in blind as well as in working - Not measuring seeing something but movement - Tow motor programs - Single target people are very fast - When another target is presented slowed to go to visual field - Slowling is competing motor programs - Older is look both things and make choice, conciouness wins - Competing motoro programs - Were to move head not consciousness Suprachia - Another patway not about where things are or what - But light to tell you what time of day it is - When to be active - What reg behavior is may think consciousness - Influence sleeping patterns by light and dark - Orgaizne around something that has always been there - Not need sight - Distinctinct photoresector not about seeing but synchronizing the clock another visual pathway - Humans blind no rods or cones but still have activity synch with light not see but light in room wake up - No other cues blind use light information, unconciusperception - Phot rece to suprachaiamt of brainstem - Older visual patways older purposes not about consciousness but important functions still opertain g in brain - Conclusion many types of vison only one aware of Rgn - Contralteral org of visual system - Right to left - And left to right - Turns out - Right filed present to left part of retina - Hemiretians presented goes to that hemipshere - And right to left hemipsheretina - Part of optics in eye - Damage in left hemisper then deficits in right - Lgn primary visual nucleus - Own laminal strucuteu – laminal 6 sandwich Next - More closer see ips and contr - Oraginazing principle pf eye - Layers alt cont or ips - Switiching eye infor is coming from - If visual field and bird in visual field and lgn repr it - 6 represernations of it - Multiple paintings of same thing - What does left and right eye see of same thing - Right and left eye need to be compared - Compare left and right then above below each other - Important depth perception - If comparing left and right then two layers - Why more pics - 3 sets of left right eye - Pic rep different things Rgp - Cytoarcherticure - First 3 layers are thick bottom thin - Tick layers parvo - Thing marvo - Magnor left and right eye - Parvo means small and magno big - Reason is bc cells are biger not layers - Rods and cones see kept seperae Oranaztion - Next sysnapse from subcortical thalamsus to first synoaes in v1 divsision remain in there - Retina to lgn there are v1 m and p kept disitnc - Then two parallael on p one m - Parvo – object reco - And mago is where things are and interact for action - Mt and mst – motion - What and where - What and where how – related to action - Portraits characterized to different information - Further up see divergence – retina to more brain areas explosion of different brain areas getting info – calculating more and more complex things - Parallel – things in paralle - And conveyor belt – things built up more complex - As move higher and higher in visual system - Receptive fields of photeceptor is small and look at cells respond to faces – is particular location of world answer is no – these cells receptive field entire visual field - Parts of brain see face no matter where in visual field - Mystery how happens - Increase receptive field size in higher layers Pvs - Striate cortex bc striated - Stain it is striated - Brodmans area number 17 - This all same thing then changes - This looks diffent call it 17 and looks different name it 18 - Looks different – physically looks different - First cortical synapse in visiual ssytem - Culanie sulcue - Retinopy - Picture movie in brain - Could be patterns of neurons firing - But topographic organ - Picture of thing in back of brain and develop this picture - Monkey brain - More posterior repre central visual filed more anterior more periphery - Eccentric - If monkeys eyes anetizse muscles in eye and fixate in bullseye - And injected with voltage sensitive die in back of brain more active take in more die - Monley sacrifice to get to develop the film that is there brain - Spread out visual cortex into flat map - See picture of bullseye in monleyes brain - Brain cnverts something into neural impulses but topohaic – pictures in the brain - Not org in random way - Part of code is making picture - When mentally imagine – your internally casting pictures in visual cortex Ma nd p - M and p layers wahy remain distinct in visual system difernt layers in lgn project to different layers in primary cortex, all same cortex but kept separate - Remain segrated – all surface go to v1 but not all converging - Segration – different roads to what and where pathways in brain Straite cortex - Classic center surround
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