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Episode 113: Visual Processing

Released Monday, 7th December 2020
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A discussion of higher-order processing of information in the visual system, including an overview of how the brain extracts edges and basic shapes from simple stimuli in the retina, how motion is detected, how parts of objects are distinguished, how object recognition occurs, and the differences between grandmother cell and distributed processing theories of neural encoding. Recommended pre-listening is Episode 47: Vision Part III.

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Length
39m 31s
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No
Episode
113
Episode Type
Full

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