TB6 B&B Lecture Overview

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  • TB6 Brain & Behaviour Overview
    • Lecture 1; Object Recognition
      • Dorsal v.s Ventral Visual Streams
      • Functional Neuro-imaging of object recognition
        • Lateral Occipital Cortex
      • Visual Agnosias
        • Case study evidence
        • Apperceptive v.s associative
      • Visual recognition and Visually directed action
        • Double dissociation studies
    • Lecture 2; Neuro-psychology of Face recognition
      • Proso-pagnosia
        • Case studies
        • Clinical diagnosis
      • How specific are impairments in proso-pagnosia?
        • Is it specific to face recognition v.s other visual stimuli?
          • Within-category recognition
          • Face-specificity
        • Is it specific to recognition of identity compared to other facial features?
          • Diss-associable and associated impairments
      • Functional neuroimaging of face perception
        • (right) Occipital 'face', FFA and STS
        • Concious face perception using fMRI compared to other stimuli
      • A neural network of face perception
        • Haxby's (2000) core neural network
    • Lecture 3; Functional Specialisation of visual recognition
      • Neuro-psychological impairments
        • Co-occurring and diss-associable deficits in face, object word recognition
        • Farahs part-based and whole-based encoding model
      • Category-specific fMRI
        • Posterior ventral sensitivity to different visual categories
          • Category responsive-ness an everyday task
          • Modularity (Marrs)
      • Inversion and expertise
        • Face Inversion in proso-pagnosia
        • Greebles and expertise study (FFA)
      • Object-form topography
        • Haxby's (2001) method, exemplar blocks
      • Old and new theories
        • Accounting for category specific regions
        • Old phrenology v.s neuro-imaging and category-relations
    • Lecture 4; Overt and Covert Visual Abilities
      • Concious perception and dorsal/ventral streams
        • Blindsight patients
      • Amygdala and unconcious responses
        • Emotional blindsight, 'fear' faces
      • Covert recognition in proso-pagnosia
        • Skin conductance response (SCR) studies
          • Seperate neural pathways in face recognition
          • Capgras delusion
      • Questions in psychological and neurological research
        • Colthearts challenge
          • Persistent vegetative state neuro-imaging studies
            • Faces
            • Awareness and intention
        • Converging operations and dissociation research
    • Tutorial; Congenital prosopagnosia

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