[Neuroscience] Re: Help - visual learning
Glen M. Sizemore
(by gmsizemore2 from yahoo.com)
Thu Mar 22 10:45:02 EST 2007
MOVEMENT-PRODUCED STIMULATION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF VISUALLY GUIDED
HELD R, HEIN A
Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1963
"Glen M. Sizemore" <gmsizemore2 from yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>> Hi there, I am looking for a reference (and if poss an illustration of
>> the set-up) to an experiment, might have been Hubel and Weisel but I
>> don't remember for sure, on kittens in a restricted visual environment
>> - a cylinder with vertical stripes. One was walking around, the other
>> sat in a basket attached to the mobile one, so both got the same
>> visual stimuli. Only the mobile's kitten visual system learned to
>> discriminate the vertical stripes. Can anyone help? Many thanks!
> The experiment was done by Held & Hines (sp?) in the '50s or '60s. There
> were, I think three "visual tests" that were used to assess the effects. A
> quick check of Google didn't turn the paper up, but you should be able to
> find it with some effort.
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