Visual cortex mapping?
rcb1 at LEX.LCCC.EDU
Thu Nov 21 08:48:45 EST 1996
> Since Vision includes learned recognition of patterns in Space-
> Time, it must follow logically that there are individual
> differences to be found in mapping the VC. In principle we should
> also expect to find similar differences that could be attributed to
> some genetic variants. Neither should come as a surprise.
> Cheers! Gord
Agreed. This does not mean we are helpless in learning about
the mapping the VC. Remember any phenomenon is pulled or distorted
from its measure of central tendency by multiple forces. Statistical
analyses allows us to see and recognize weak REAL events.
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