By Neil R. Carlson
Foundations of Physiological Psychology bargains an advent to the principles of body structure, incorporating the newest reviews and study within the swiftly altering fields of neuroscience and physiological psychology. The textual content makes use of many human examples, case experiences, and a Neuroscience Animations CD-ROM to assist make the cloth attention-grabbing and proper to pupil readers.
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This improvement, however, appears to depend on the precise configuration of the stimulus, including its orientation and location in the visual field. , Ahissar and Hochstein, 1996). For this lack of generalization learning is thought to involve early stages of the visual pathway where receptive fields are small, relative to those seen at higher levels. However, the degree of specificity varies with the complexity of the training conditions, suggesting that learning can occur at various levels in the visual system (Ahissar and Hochstein, 1997): when training conditions are hard learning is specific to orientation and location, matching the fine spatial retinotopy exhibit by lower visual areas.
Foundations of Physiological Psychology (6th Edition) by Neil R. Carlson
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