TB7 Yr 2 P&C Overview

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  • TB7 P&C; Types of visual perception
    • Lecture 1; Motion Perception
      • How to make a movement detector
        • The ratio model
        • The Reichardt delay detecor
      • Types of movement
        • Real Movement
          • Helmholtz Outflow Theory
            • Who wins?
          • Sherrington's Inflow Theory
            • Who wins?
        • Stroboscopic movement
        • The movement after-effect
          • Direction selectivity
          • Area MT/V5
        • Apparent motion
          • Colour
          • Shape
          • Inter-stimulus interval
        • Induced movement/ the autokinetic effect
        • The aperture problem in receptive fields
    • Lecture 2; Depth Perception
      • Pictoral cues to depth
        • Linear perspective
        • Texture perspective
        • Aerial perspective
        • Interposition
        • Image size (familiar objects)
        • Light and shade
      • Motion parallex
      • Physiological cues to depth
        • Accommo-dation of the lens
        • Convergence
          • Retinal disparity
            • Corres-ponding points
            • The horopter
              • Panums fusion area
            • Crossed v.s uncrossed
      • Stereopsis
        • Resolving ambiguity?
          • Binocular disparity
            • Disparity selective cells & ocular dominance columns in visual cortex
        • Random dot stereograms
    • Lecture 3; Visual Development
      • Methods used to investigate infant vision
        • Preferential looking
        • Habituation
        • Visually evoked potentials (VEP)
      • Visual skills the infant has
        • Colour vision development
          • Tested using optokinetic nystagmus (OKN) reflex
        • Visual acuity (sharpness) (VEP)
        • Contrast sensitivity (VEP)
        • Depth perception
          • Visual cliff paradigm
      • Object and face perception in infants
        • Stages of development
        • Synaptic pruning and perceptual narrowing
        • Infant imitation?
      • The role of experience (nature v.s nurture) in visual development
        • Blakemore (1960) Kitten studies and bias of receptive fields and ocular dominance columns
          • Active v.s passive vision; Held & Hein, Kitten carousel
          • Hess (1956); Chicks do not adapt to altered vision
          • Held&Bossom Visual feedback and altered vision (Year 1 practical)
        • The oblique effect and carpentered environment?
      • Disorders in visual development
        • Amblyopia and associated conditions
          • Astigmatic amblyopia/ astigmatism
          • Anisometropic amblyopia
        • Strabismus (esotrophia, exotropia...)
        • Monocular form deprivation (cataracts)
    • Lecture 4; Perception and action
      • Visual Streams
        • Dorsal and ventral
          • Features of each
        • Evidence of the major pathways in the normal population?
          • The lack of 'memory' in the dorsal system
      • Disorders of perception and action
        • Blindsight
        • Object ataxia
        • Visual form agnosia
        • Features of these
      • Visual illusions and the major pathways
        • Titchner circle illusion
          • Critique!
      • Vision and conciousness
        • Vegetative state fMRI studies
        • The 'problem' of conciousness
      • Ultraocular perception
        • Attention and V1?
    • Tutorial; What is the smallest quantity of light we can see?

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