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- Created on: 28-05-18 12:27
1. Which brain areas are associated with the Dorsal pathway?
- The PVC, prestriate area & posterior parietal cortex
- The PVC, prestriate area & inferotemporal cortex
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2. What does studying eye movements give information about?
- The role of internal structures
- The role of attention
- The role of perception
- The role of the brain
3. What did Tamietto & Morrone (2016) suggest?
- The role of expectation and release of norepinephrine affects the ventral pathway
- There is a major grey matter pathway which allows the dorsal and ventral systems to interact
- Blindsight provides a model which integrates subcortical structures which the dorsal and ventral pathways ignore
- Blindsight provides a model which integrates visual and dorsal pathways
4. What did Takemura et al., (2016) find?
- Parvocellular deficits cause dyslexia
- There is a major grey matter pathway called the Vertical Occipital Fasciculus (VOF) which allows the dorsal and ventral pathways to interact and combine information about object and spatial properties
- There is a major white matter pathway called the Vertical Occipital Fasciculus (VOF) which allows the dorsal and ventral pathways to interact and combine information about object and spatial properties
- Dorsal and ventral pathways ignore subortical structures
5. What is passive vision?
- Control of horizontal saccades and gaze
- Vision that is the recipient of information to form a mental representation of the world. It implies there is a large amount of neural input, and utilises top-down processing.
- The stabilisation of retinal image during head movements
- Visual perception that is shaped by eye movements