PSYC 267 Chapter 4: Chapter 4 Summary
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The Visual Cortex and Beyond
FOLLOWING THE SIGNALS FROM RETINA TO CORTEX
The Visual System
Processing in the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus
Determining Retinotopic Maps by Recording From Neurons
Receptive Fields of Neurons in the Striate Cortex
DO FEATURE DETECTORS PLAY A ROLE IN PERCEPTION?
Selective Adaptation and Feature Detectors
Selective Adaptation to Orientation
Selective Rearing and Feature Detectors
MAPS AND COLUMNS IN THE STRIATE CORTEX
Maps in the Striate Cortex
Columns in the Striate Cortex
How Is an Object Represented in the Striate Cortex?
STREAMS: PATHWAYS FOR WHAT, WHERE, AND HOW
Streams for Information About What and Where
Streams for Information About What and How
Dissociations in Neuropsychology
MODULARITY: STRUCTURES FOR FACES, PLACES, AND BODIES
Face Neurons in the Monkey’s IT Cortex
Areas for Faces, Places, and Bodies in the Human Brain
HOW DO NEURONS BECOME SPECIALIZED?
Is Neural Selectivity Shaped by Evolution?
How Neurons Can Be Shaped by Experience
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