Central Visual Information A (Handbook of Sensory Physiology vol VII/3) ebook
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New & Forthcoming Titles Handbook of Sensory Physiology. New & Forthcoming Titles. Home New & Forthcoming Titles. Considered as Supplement to the Handbook: . Dawson, Foundations of Sensory Science. 1977.
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Handbook of Sensory Physiology. Book · January 1973 with 750 Reads . How we measure 'reads'. The central projections of the sensory systems are far more complex than was thought 40 years ago when the first work on primary evoked potentials appeared. This remarkable ability is achieved largely by a speeding up of the visual response as light levels increase, causing characteristic changes in our sensitivity to different rates of flicker.
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Handbook of Sensory Physiology, Autrum,h. Central Processing of Visual Information A: Integrative Functions and Comparative Data. English. By (author) Hansjochem Autrum, By (author) L. S. Goodman, By (author) J. B. Messenger, By (author) R. Wehner. Volume VII, Part 6 brings to a conclusion the Handbook of Sensory Physiology, the publication of which has spanned 9 years.
The present volume covers the physiology of the visual system beyond the optic nerve. The processing of visual information in the brain cannot be understood without some knowledge of the preceding mechanisms in the photoreceptor organs. It is a continuation of the two preceding parts on the photochemistry and the physiology of the eye, and forms a bridge from them to the fourth part on visual psychophysics.
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