Adrian F. Clark
Why are the decks of ships usually illuminated using red light at night?
So that the dark-adaption of the rods is affected as little as possible
Blue cones are much less responsive than red- and green-sensitive ones. How does the brain handle this?
The brain `amplifies' the blue signal much more than the red and green ones
Signals from the eye travel via the optic nerve to which of the following?
laterate geniculate nucleus
What type of cell is responsible for vision in low-light conditions?
Where does the "where" or "how" pathway run?
Roughly, what is the range of wavelengths of visible light?
What is "continuity" in the context of visual processing?
filling in missing boundaries
What type of cell is responsible for colour vision?
To which of the following do the cells in V1 respond to?
orientation, edge, motion
What is the `fovea?'
A depression in the retina which has many more cones than elsewhere on the retina