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2. What is contrast?

  • The levels of shadow in the visual field. Expressed as a decimal or percentage
  • The luminance variation in the visual field. Expressed as a decimal or percentage
  • The amount of light reaching the retina. Expressed as a decimal or percentage
  • The amount of light in the visual field. Expressed as a decimal or percentage

3. What is the 'dipper' function?

  • Everything obeys Webers Law. The dip = visual system LEAST sensitive to contrast and steepest part of response curve
  • Not everything obeys Webers Law. The dip = visual system MOST sensitive to contrast and steepest part of response curve
  • Not everything obeys Webers Law. The dip = visual system LEAST sensitive to contrast and steepest part of response curve
  • Everything obeys Webers Law. The dip = visual system MOST sensitive to contrast and steepest part of response curve

4. According to gain control...?

  • Neural activity is moderated by the local activity of the group across time and space
  • Neural activity is a poor indicator of cognitive function
  • Modularity can be expressed through local averages
  • Modularity can be expressed via local averages in localised parts of the cortex

5. Which gene, if taken from a human and induced in a fruit fly causes Parkinsons?

  • Chromosome 21 triopsy
  • LRRK2-G2019S
  • GTX10-WASD
  • Defects in mitosis of X chromosome

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