PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Two-Streams Hypothesis

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28 Apr 2011
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* info that is sent from the eyes to the thalamus is then sent to the primary visual cortex, located in the middle of the occipital lobes, back of the brain. The different degrees that images are on the retina: respond less at 70 or 30 degrees when the line is passing through receptive field. Info from primary is sent to 2 levels parietal (visual association cortex) and temporal area (2nd level of association in the cortex) www. notesolution. com. Then info from here is sent to the thalamus where the lateral geneculit nucleus; located one on the right and one on the left. Perception of objects and the total visual scene does not take place in primary. Perception of objects and entire visual scenes must be combined; visual association. Neurons in primary visual send axons to visual association. Visual association has 2 pathways: ventral stream, dorsal stream.

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