P&C TB8 Lecture 2; Biological motion perception

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1. The further down STS you go?

  • There is a temporal gradient in terms of response to biological motion
  • There is a temporal gradient in terms of response to human or nonhuman biological motion
  • The larger the response to articulated features of stimulus
  • The smaller the response to articulated features of stimulus
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2. With a SHORT inter-simulus interval?

  • Biologically implausible, seen as object like and there is activity in object processing areas
  • Biologically plausible, seen as biological motion and activation in related areas

3. Which are V5 cells sensitive to?

  • Specific directions
  • Speed
  • All of the above
  • Moving dots/bars

4. Which has larger receptive fields?

  • V5
  • V4
  • V1
  • V2

5. What are MST cells sensitive to?

  • Translation, expansion, contraction, rotaton
  • Object centered coding, viewpoint, direction, orientation
  • Moving dots, bars, specific directions, speed
  • Direction, translation, allocentric coding, rotation

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