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2. How is information transferred from the eye to the brain?

  • Receptor cells - Bipolar cells - LGN cells - Ganglion cells - Visual cortex
  • Receptor cells - Bipolar cells - Ganglion cells - LGN cells - Visual cortex
  • Receptor cells - LGN cells - Bipolar cells - Ganglion cells - Visual cortex
  • Receptor Cells - Ganglion cell - Bipolar cells - Visual cortex

3. What is active vision?

  • Vision that is shaped by how eye movements process information, which are the first and last step in seeing. Only relevant information is processed in a bottom-up fashion.
  • The simultaneous movement of both eyes in the opposite direction to maintain binocular vision
  • Vision is the recipient of information, and has top-down control.
  • The inability to perceive stimuli on the opposite hemisphere to brain damage

4. What is another name for the Ventral pathway?

  • Parvocellular/What pathway
  • Parvocellular/Where pathway
  • Magnocellular/What pathway
  • Magnocellular/Where pathway

5. What were the findings of Ajina et al., (2015)

  • Patients with damage to v1 can still display blindsight via a sub-cortical pathway from the LGN to the posterior parietal cortex
  • Patients with damage to v5 can still display blindsight via a sub-cortical path from LGN to area v1
  • Patients with damage to v1 can still display blindsight via a sub-cortical pathway from the LGN to area v5
  • Patients with damage to v1 can still display blindsight via a sub-cortical pathway from the PPRF to the colliculus

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