Tutorial 1. Basic Neuroscience

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The two-streams hypothesis distinguishes two processing pathways in the brain: the ventral stream (also known as the “what pathway”) shown in purple and the dorsal stream (also known as the “where” pathway”) shown in green.

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Diagram of human brain with two arrows emerging from the rear (occipital lobe). The ventral stream goes to the side, along the temporal lobe, and the dorsal stream goes toward the top of the brain.
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The two-streams hypothesis distinguishes two processing pathways in the brain: the ventral stream (also known as the “what pathway”) shown in purple and the dorsal stream (also known as the “where” pathway”) shown in green.
Diagram of human brain with two arrows emerging from  the rear (occipital lobe). The ventral stream goes to the side, along the temporal lobe, and the dorsal stream goes toward the top of the brain.

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