Visual Neuroscience

The visual system is a model for higher brain function studies. The main two aspects of visual neuroscience are: the function of brain mechanisms that encoding information about the form, color, motion, and depth of visual objects and scenes and other that decoding this information to generate perceptual experience and visually-guided action.

  • Visually-Guided Gaze Behaviour
  • Neural and Computational Models of Vision
  • Perception of Light and Shadows
  • Spectrum Sensitivity

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