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**** Chalupa and Werner, Volume 1, Chapter 34, pp. 541-562
 
**** Chalupa and Werner, Volume 1, Chapter 34, pp. 541-562
 
**** Fahle and Greenlee, Chapter 7, pp. 210-218
 
**** Fahle and Greenlee, Chapter 7, pp. 210-218
**** Wolfe et al., Chapter 4, pp. 85-91; Chapter 7, pp. 204-206
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**** Kandel et al., Chapter 28, pp. 621-628
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**** Wolfe et al., Chapter 4, pp. 85-91; Chapter 8, p. 240
 
**** [http://redwood.berkeley.edu/VS212B/livingstone_and_hubel_1988.pdf Livingstone and Hubel (1988) "Segregation of form, color, movement, and depth: Anatomy, physiology, and perception" Science 240:740-749]
 
**** [http://redwood.berkeley.edu/VS212B/livingstone_and_hubel_1988.pdf Livingstone and Hubel (1988) "Segregation of form, color, movement, and depth: Anatomy, physiology, and perception" Science 240:740-749]
 
**** [http://redwood.berkeley.edu/VS212B/merigan_and_maunsell_1993.pdf Merigan and Maunsell (1993) "How parallel are the primate visual pathways?" Annual Review of Neuroscience 16:369-402]
 
**** [http://redwood.berkeley.edu/VS212B/merigan_and_maunsell_1993.pdf Merigan and Maunsell (1993) "How parallel are the primate visual pathways?" Annual Review of Neuroscience 16:369-402]
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**** Fahle and Greenlee, Chapter 7, pp. 218-236
 
**** Fahle and Greenlee, Chapter 7, pp. 218-236
 
**** Gazzaniga, Chapter 13, pp. 205-217; Chapter 14, pp. 219-234; Chapter 19, pp. 281-288
 
**** Gazzaniga, Chapter 13, pp. 205-217; Chapter 14, pp. 219-234; Chapter 19, pp. 281-288
**** Wolfe et al., Chapter 8, pp. 189-209
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**** Wolfe et al., Chapter 7, pp. 187-218
 
*** Videos from lecture:
 
*** Videos from lecture:
 
**** [http://redwood.berkeley.edu/VS212B/Gorilla.mov gorilla change blindness demo]
 
**** [http://redwood.berkeley.edu/VS212B/Gorilla.mov gorilla change blindness demo]

Revision as of 01:15, 6 November 2013

Reading and other resources

  • Rodieck, "First steps in seeing"
  • Wandell, "Foundations of Vision"
  • WEBVISION (online resource)
  • Books on reserve in Optometry library:
    • Leo Chalupa and John Werner (2004) The Visual Neurosciences (two volumes)
    • Manfred Fahle and Mark Greenlee (2003) The Neuropsychology of Vision
    • Manfred Fahle and Tomaso Poggio (2002) Perceptual Learning
    • Michael Gazzaniga (2009, 4th edition) The Cognitive Neurosciences
    • Eric Kandel, et al. (2013, 5th edition) Principles of Neural Science
    • Jeremy Wolfe, et al. (2012, 3rd edition) Sensation and Perception

Syllabus

Week 1 (Olshausen)

  • Nov. 7 - Phototransduction; photoreceptor renewal; dynamic range
    • Lecture slides
    • Reading:
      • Rodieck: Chapter 8, plus "Interlude on plotting light intensity" (pp. 151-154)

Week 2 (Olshausen)

Week 3 (Olshausen)

  • Lab 2 - natural image statistics and efficient coding

Week 4 (Silver)

Week 5 (Silver)