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Flashcards in Perception of Colour and Motion Deck (14):
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What is area MT responsible for? 

The area responsible for processing object motion

 

1

Which type of ganglion cells are responsible for colour vision?

P

1

What are pseudoisochromatic plates?

Tests for colour blindness

2

Which stream is responsible for colour and shape perception, ventral or dorsal?

Ventral

3

What is deutanomal vision and why is it important?

Abnormal green cones - it's the most common type of inherited colour blindness

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The M pathway takes which stream, the dorsal or ventral?

The dorsal

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The P pathway is responsible visualising what about a object

What the object is

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Where is area MT located?

Middle temporal lobe

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How much of the cortex is involved in visual processing?

40%

9

What is anomalous trichromacy?

Patients have all three types of cones but one works abnormally

10

The M pathways is responsible for visualing what about an object?

Where it is

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How many types of cones are there?

3 - Blue, green and red

13

What is area IT responsible for?

Perception of faces

Visual memory and perception

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What is the most common type of colour blindness?

Anomalous trichromacy