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2. 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

3. What is induced movement?

  • e.g blutack on the TV
  • A moving spot of light in total darkness APPEARS to be stationary
  • A stationary spot of light in total darkness APPEARS to move

4. Which theory wins when the world moves as we poke our eye with our finger?

  • Both
  • Helmholtz Outflow
  • Sherrington Inflow

5. In a movement detector, what is 'DELAY'?

  • Inhibitory
  • Excitatory

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