Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Lec 1: Introduction, the visual system
Lec 2: Basic layout of the visual system and the retina
Lec 3: The laternal geniculate nucleus and the visual cortex
Lec 4: The ON and OFF channels
Lec 5: The Midget and Parasol systems
Lec 6: Adaptation and color
Lec 7: Depth perception
Lec 8: Form perception
Lec 9: Illusions and visual prosthesis
Lec 10: The neural control of visually guided eye movements 1
Lec 11: The neural control of visually guided eye movements 2
Lec 12: Motion perception and pursuit eye movements
Lec 13: Review: The visual and oculomotor systems
Lec 14: Sound: External, middle and inner ears
Lec 15: Hair cells
Lec 16: Auditory nerve; psychophysics of frequency resolution
Lec 17: Cochlear nucleus: Tonotopy, unit types and cell types
Lec 18: Hearing loss; demo by Sheila Xu, cochlear implant user
Lec 19: Descending systems and reflexes
Lec 20: Sound localization 1: Psychophysics and neural circuits
Lec 21: Sound localization 2: Superior olivary complex and IC
Lec 22: Auditory cortex 1: Physiology and sound localization
Lec 23: Auditory cortex 2: Language; bats and echolocation
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