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Extrageniculostriate Mechanisms Underlying Visually-Guided Orientation Behavior

1st Edition, Volume 112 - November 22, 1996

Editors: M. Norita, T. Bando, B. Stein

Language: English
Hardback ISBN:
9 7 8 - 0 - 4 4 4 - 8 2 3 4 7 - 2

The last few years have seen a dramatic increase in the number of areas known to be involved in mammalian vision. It has also seen a far greater understanding of the importance of… Read more

Extrageniculostriate Mechanisms Underlying Visually-Guided Orientation Behavior

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The last few years have seen a dramatic increase in the number of areas known to be involved in mammalian vision. It has also seen a far greater understanding of the importance of reciprocal connections, intrinsic connections, structure-specific modules and modules which span different structures, as well as the introduction of parallel processing models within the thalamocortical and corticocortical streams.

The body of knowledge has become so vast, and is growing so rapidly, that periodic updates are essential even for experts in the field. This volume is based on a satellite meeting of an international group of researchers. It emphasizes the most current information regarding midbrain and extrastriate mechanisms underlying vision and visually-guided behavior. The book also places these data into the larger context of how interrelated components of the visual system function to produce coherent visual experiences and behavior. New research findings are presented that are unavailable elsewhere, as well as reviews and broad perspectives in which existing data from multiple sources are brought together in order to help understand the structure and function of extrageniculostriate visual areas.