The Physiology of the Senses
Transformations for Perception and Action

Tutis Vilis

The Course format if you are taking this here at the University of Western Ontario. New an Online version.

 

 

 

 

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Practice Problems Practice Problems Links to other related web sites External Links

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PDF Practice Links
1. The Eye  Flash PDF Practice Problems External Links
2. The Visual Cortex Flash Animation video PDF Practice Problems External Links
3. Visual Perception of Objects sample logo video PDF Practice Problems External Links
4. Visual Perception of Motion Flash Animation video PDF Practice Problems External Links
5. Association Cortex Flash Animation .video PDF Practice Problems External Links
6. Streams for Visually Guided Actions Flash Animation video PDF Practice Problems External Links
7. Touch, Pain, Taste and Smell Flash Animation video PDF Practice Problems  External Links
8. Muscle Sense Flash Animation video PDF Practice Problems External Links
9. Hearing Flash Animation video PDF Practice Problems External Links
10. Balance Flash Animation video PDF Practice Problems External Links
11. Eye Movements Flash Animation video PDF Practice Problems External Links
12. Memory Flash Animation video PDF Practice Problems External Links

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Thanks go to Doug Crawford, Doug Tweed, Joe DeSouza, Sean Dukelow, Tom James, Fiona James, Derek Debicki, Joan Forder, Keith Humphrey, Jody Culham, Kevin Johnson, Gregory Stanton, Matt Brown, Adrian Aldcroft, Jason Gallivan, Michelle Bale, Cheryl Lavell, Alexandria Lillian Lui, Lars Strother, Nole Hiebert, Melanie Kok, Alex Fraser, Brandon Belbeck and last but not least, the students of Physiology 4710 who since 1981 have provided valued comments and suggestions.

Tutis Vilis
Room 240 Natural Science Center
Brain and Mind Institute
Department of Physiology and Pharmacology
University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario Canada
N6A 5C1
Tel: 519 661 3830
Fax: 519 661 3827
E-Mail: tutis.vilis@schulich.uwo.ca
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