4 edition of Progress in Brain Research, Volume 134: Vision found in the catalog.
January 15, 2001
by Elsevier Science
Written in English
|Contributions||C. Casanova (Editor), M. Ptito (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||488|
Progress in Brain Research; vol Progress in brain research; v. Published. New York: Elsevier Science B.V. ; ISBN. ; Local notes NEUROLOGY BOOK SERIES: More details about: UCL Library Services. Neural plasticity and regeneration / edited by Fredrick J. Seil. Show more Show less. Chapter 9 in: Vision: from Neurons to Cognition, eds, C. Casanova and M. Ptito. Progress in Brain Research, Vol Amsterdam, Elsevier, A. Cao and P.H. Schiller, Behavioral assessment of motion parallax and stereopsis as depth cues in rhesus monkeys, () Vision Research, 42 .
the organization of the brain in parallel unimodal sensory systems that are eventually integrated in multimodal association cortical regions. One may argue that early blindness represents a pathological state resulting in substantial cross-modal brain plas-ticity (Rauschecker, ; Hamilton and Pascual-. The term 'sensory substitution' refers to the use of a sensory modality to supply environmental information normally gathered by another sense (Auvray and Myin ; Auvray and Farina, ). Sensory substitution devices (SSDs) thus provide through one sensory modality (the substituting modality) access to features of the world that are generally experienced through another sensory .
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67/ (24 June ), Volume 134: Vision book Research Reviews has ceased publication as a distinct Progress in Brain Research separate from Brain Research. Review articles accepted for Brain Research are now published in that journal. Including contributions from experts in the field, this book will provide an essential overview of current research and theory on visual perception and Gestalt.
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Part 1, The Neural Control of Vision, sections I-III in The Schiller Lab at MIT. Assigned Reading Background: Schiller, Peter H. "The Central Visual System." Vision Research 26 (): [Read sections on retina.] Werblin, F.
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This book addresses the basic mechanisms of visual perception as well as issues such as neuronal plasticity, functional reorganization and recovery, and sensory substitution.The Occipital Cortex in the Blind: Lessons About Plasticity and Vision Show all authors.
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