The sensory system consists of different sensory neurons in the brain to facilitate the sensory perception. Examining the neural bases of sensory perception will help you understand the physiological and anatomical studies related to it.
You are provided in this [course_title] with cases studies on the mammalian nervous system. This will help you understand the behavior of animals and humans through learning each of the sensory systems and its functions.
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Course Credit: MIT
|Lec 1: Introduction, the visual system||01:15:00|
|Lec 2: Basic layout of the visual system and the retina||01:22:00|
|Lec 3: The laternal geniculate nucleus and the visual cortex||01:25:00|
|Lec 4: The ON and OFF channels||01:07:00|
|Lec 5: The Midget and Parasol systems||01:08:00|
|Lec 6: Adaptation and color||01:13:00|
|Lec 7: Depth perception||01:09:00|
|Lec 8: Form perception||01:13:00|
|Lec 9: Illusions and visual prosthesis||01:20:00|
|Lec 10: The neural control of visually guided eye movements 1||01:12:00|
|Lec 11: The neural control of visually guided eye movements 2||01:16:00|
|Lec 12: Motion perception and pursuit eye movements||01:17:00|
|Lec 13: Review: The visual and oculomotor systems||01:18:00|
|Lec 14: Sound: External, middle and inner ears||01:25:00|
|Lec 15: Hair cells||01:25:00|
|Lec 16: Auditory nerve; psychophysics of frequency resolution||01:26:00|
|Lec 17: Cochlear nucleus: Tonotopy, unit types and cell types||01:23:00|
|Lec 18: Hearing loss; demo by Sheila Xu, cochlear implant user||01:22:00|
|Lec 19: Descending systems and reflexes||01:22:00|
|Lec 20: Sound localization 1: Psychophysics and neural circuits||01:17:00|
|Lec 21: Sound localization 2: Superior olivary complex and IC||01:22:00|
|Lec 22: Auditory cortex 1: Physiology and sound localization||01:23:00|
|Lec 23: Auditory cortex 2: Language; bats and echolocation||01:26:00|
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