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2. How is ambiguity in the aperture problem resolved?

  • Rely on global 3D features (and 'end' stopping cells sensitive to lines and corners)
  • Rely on local 2D features (and 'end' stopping cells sensitive to lines and corners)
  • Rely on local 3D features (and 'end' stopping cells sensitive to lines and corners)
  • Rely on global 2D features (and 'end' stopping cells sensitive to lines and corners)

3. What is the main concept of Sherrington Inflow?

  • An efferent signal moves the eye muscle. The eye muscle movement signal is sent to the comparitor. The comparitor compares the eye muscle movement signal with retinal movement
  • An efferent signal moves the eye muscles, a copy of this signal is sent to the comparitor. The retinal movement is also sent to the comparitor which is compared against the copy

4. Is movement across the retina SUFFICIENT for motion perception?

  • No as the world stays still when we move our eyes
  • No as tracked objects still appear to move

5. Which theory wins when the world stays still as we move our eyes over a stationary scene?

  • Sherrington Inflow
  • Both
  • Helmholtz Outflow

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