TB7 P&C Lecture 3; Development of Vision

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1. When looking at ocular dominance for normal v.s monocularly deprived animals, where will there be the LEASt amount of cells?

  • Ipsilateral (same side)
  • Contralateral (opposite side)
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2. The oblique effect means?

  • We don’t see tilted lines as well as verticals and horizontals
  • We don’t see horizontal and vertical lines as well as tilted lines
  • We don’t see rotating lines as well as verticals and horizontals
  • We don’t see tilted lines as well as rotating lines

3. At what age can an infant discriminate their mothers face from another face?

  • 2 months
  • 4 months
  • 1 month
  • Newborn

4. What is Astigmatic amblyopia?

  • Increased visual acuity in an otherwise normal eye
  • Reduced visual acuity in an otherwise normal eye
  • Asymmetrical optics lead to some orientations becoming blurred
  • Your cornea has different curvatures on the vertical and horizontal axes

5. What would an hyperopic eye be in anisometropic amblyopia?

  • Out of focus
  • In focus

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