TB7 P&C Lecture 4; Perception and Action

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1. Why can we not tell to which eye a flash of light was presented to in a dark room?

  • Because all V1 cells have equal input from each eye
  • Because V1 cells are monocularly driven
  • Because V1 cells are direction selective
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2. What are layers 1 & 2 of the LGN?

  • Magnocellular input
  • Parvocellular input

3. Which area is allowing for the 'unconcious vision' via leakage?

  • Extrastriate areas
  • The retina
  • Superior colliculus
  • V1

4. Are LGN layers 1, 4, 6 contralaterally driven?

  • Yes
  • No

5. What was the conclusion reached by Wong & Mack (1981)?

  • The object pathway has no memory. Saccades to target are governed by retinal (spatial) co-ordinates. Info is stored in memory using retinal v.s perceptual coordinates
  • The action pathway has no memory. Saccades to target are governed by retinal (spatial) co-ordinates. Info is stored in memory using perceptual v.s retinal coordinates
  • The object pathway has no memory. Saccades to target are governed by retinal (spatial) co-ordinates. Info is stored in memory using perceptual v.s retinal coordinates
  • The action pathway has no memory. Saccades to target are governed by retinal (spatial) co-ordinates. Info is stored in memory using retinal v.s perceptual coordinates

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