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The new visual neurosciences, edited by John S. Werner and Leo M. Chalupa

Label
The new visual neurosciences
Title
The new visual neurosciences
Statement of responsibility
edited by John S. Werner and Leo M. Chalupa
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
E7B
Dewey number
612.8/4
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QP475
LC item number
.N493 2014eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
NLM call number
WW 103
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Werner, John Simon
  • Chalupa, Leo M.
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  • Neurosciences
  • Vision
  • Visual cortex
  • Visual pathways
  • Visual Perception
  • Neurosciences
  • Vision, Ocular
  • Visual Cortex
  • Visual Pathways
  • MEDICAL
  • SCIENCE
  • Neurosciences
  • Vision
  • Visual cortex
  • Visual pathways
Label
The new visual neurosciences, edited by John S. Werner and Leo M. Chalupa
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1.A Decade of Progress and New Directions in the Visual Neurosciences / Leo M. Chalupa -- I. RETINAL MECHANISMS AND PROCESSES -- 2. Visual Transduction by Rod and Cone Photoreceptors / Edward N. Pugh, Jr. -- 3. Membrane Protein Transport in Mouse Photoreceptors: Trafficking of Visual Pigments and Transducin / Jeanne M. Frederick -- 4. Photoreceptor-RPE Interactions: Diurnal Phagocytosis / Silvia C. Finnemann -- 5. Information Transfer at the Rod-to-Rod Bipolar Cell Synapse / Alapakkam P. Sampath -- 6. Cone Bipolar Cells: ON and OFF Pathways in the Outer Retina / Steven H. Devries -- 7. Horizontal Cells: Lateral Interactions at the First Synapse in the Retina / Richard H. Kramer -- 8. Stratification of the Inner Plexiform Layer in the Mammalian Retina / Stephen C. Massey -- 9. Mind the Gap: The Functional Roles of Neuronal Gap Junctions in the Retina / Bela Volgyi -- 10. Retinal Connectomics: A New Era for Connectivity Analysis / James R. Anderson
  • 11. Synaptic Mechanisms of Color and Luminance Coding: Rediscovering the X-Y-Cell Dichotomy in Primate Retinal Ganglion Cells / Dennis M. Dacey -- 12. Correlated Activity in the Retina / E.J. Chichilnisky -- 13. The Retina Dissects the Visual Scene into Distinct Features / Markus Meister -- 14. Intrinsically Photosensitive Retinal Ganglion Cells / David M. Berson -- 15. Postreceptoral Mechanisms for Adaptation in the Retina / Jonathan B. Demb -- II.ORGANIZATION OF VISUAL PATHWAYS -- 16. The M, P, and K Pathways of the Primate Visual System Revisited / Ehud Kaplan -- 17. Ventral and Dorsal Cortical Processing Streams / Leslie G. Ungerleider -- 18.Network of Mouse Visual Cortex / Quanxin Wang -- III. SUBCORTICAL PROCESSING -- 19. The Lateral Geniculate Nucleus and Pulvinar / R.W. Guillery -- 20. Light Responsiveness and Photic Entrainment of the Mammalian Circadian Clock / Joseph S. Takahashi -- 21. Inhibitory Circuits in the Visual Thalamus / Friedrich T. Sommer
  • 22. Functional Properties of Cortical Feedback to the Primate Lateral Geniculate Nucleus / W. Martin Usrey -- 23. Superior Colliculus and Visual Attention / Richard J. Krauzlis -- 24. Attentional Activation in Corticothalamic Loops of the Visual System / Andrzej Wrobel -- IV. PROCESSING IN PRIMARY VISUAL CORTEX -- 25. Cell Types and Local Circuits in Primary Visual Cortex of the Macaque Monkey / Edward M. Callaway -- 26. The Cortical Assembly of Visual Receptive Fields / Nicholas J. Priebe -- 27. The Cortical Organization of Binocular Vision / Ralph D. Freeman -- 28. Cortical Pathways for Binocular Depth / Andrew J. Parker -- 29. Functional Organization of Circuits in Rodent Primary Visual Cortex / Mark L. Andermann -- 30. Beyond the Classical Receptive Field: Surround Modulation in Primary Visual Cortex / S. Shushruth -- 31. Peripheral Guidance of Cortical Organization / Dario L. Ringach -- 32. Brain State and Geniculocortical Communication / Jose Manuel Alonso
  • V. BRIGHTNESS AND COLOR -- 33. Color Vision and the Retinal Mosaic / David R. Williams -- 34. The Interaction of Rod and Cone Signals: Pathways and Psychophysics / Steven L. Buck -- 35. Brightness and Lightness / Frederick A.A. Kingdom -- 36. Color Appearance, Language, and Neural Coding / Angela M. Brown -- 37. Adaptation in Color and Form Perception / Michael A. Webster -- 38. Color Constancy / Ana Radonjic -- 39. Recent Developments in Comparative Color Vision / Gerald H. Jacobs -- 40. Color in the Primary Visual Cortex / Elizabeth Johnson -- 41. The Processing of Color in Primate Extrastriate Cortex / Karl R. Gegenfurtner -- VI. PATTERN, SURFACE, AND SHAPE -- 42. Spatial Scale in Visual Processing / Robert F. Hess -- 43. Configural Pooling in the Ventral Pathway / Frances Wilkinson -- 44. Contour Integration and the Association Field / Anthony Hayes -- 45. Texture Analysis and Perception / Michael S. Landy
  • 46. The Perceptual Organization of Depth, Lightness, Color, and Opacity / Barton L. Anderson -- 47. Image-Parsing Mechanisms of the Visual Cortex / Rudiger Von Der Heydt -- VII. OBJECTS AND SCENES -- 48. Visual Crowding / Dennis M. Levi -- 49. From Textures to Crowds: Multiple Levels of Summary Statistical Perception / Timothy D. Sweeny -- 50. Face Perception / Andrew J. Calder -- 51. Scene Perception / Aude Oliva -- 52. The Functional Organization of the Ventral Visual Pathway in Humans / Daniel D. Dilks -- VIII. TIME, MOTION, AND DEPTH -- 53. Visual Time Perception / Alan Johnston -- 54. Motion Perception: Human Psychophysics / David Burr -- 55. Functional Mapping of Motion Regions in Human and Nonhuman Primates / Jan Jastorff -- 56. The Cortical Analysis of Optic Flow: Mechanism, Function, and Dysfunction / Charles J. Duffy -- 57. Stereopsis / Clifton M. Schor -- 58. Binocular Rivalry Updated / Randolph Blake -- IX. EYE MOVEMENTS
  • 59. Natural Eye Movements and Vision / Susana Martinez-Conde -- 60. Neural Mechanisms of Fixations and Saccades: The Eye Plant and Low-Level Control / Christian Quaia -- 61. Neural Mechanisms of Eye Movements: Three-Dimensional Control and Perceptual Consequences / J. Douglas Crawford -- 62. Neural Mechanisms for Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements / Seiji Ono -- 63. Selection of Targets for Saccadic Eye Movements: An Update / Jeffrey D. Schall -- 64. Neural Mechanisms of Target Selection in the Superior Colliculus / Neeraj J. Gandhi -- 65. The Dialogue between Cerebral Cortex and Superior Colliculus: Multiple Ascending Pathways for Corollary Discharge / Robert H. Wurtz -- 66. Interaction between Eye Movements and Vision: Perception during Saccades / M. Concetta Morrone -- 67. Plasticity of Eye Movement Control / Angel M. Pastor -- 68. The Neurology of Eye Movements: From Control Systems to Genetics to Ion Channels to Targeted Pharmacotherapy / Aasef G. Shaikh
  • X. CORTICAL MECHANISMS OF ATTENTION, COGNITION, AND MULTIMODAL INTEGRATION -- 69. Perceptual Learning / Takeo Watanabe -- 70. Perceptual Learning and Plasticity in Primary Visual Cortex / Charles D. Gilbert -- 71. Selective Neuronal Synchronization and Attentional Stimulus Selection in Visual Cortex / Pascal Fries -- 72. Visuomotor Control / Melvyn A. Goodale -- 73. The Evolution of Parietal Areas Associated with Visuomanual Behavior: From Grasping to Tool Use / Leah Krubitzer -- 74. Auditory-Visual Interactions / Charles Spence -- 75. Neuroimaging Studies on Human Attention Networks in Visual and Frontoparietal Cortex / Sabine Kastner -- 76. Attentional "Spotlight" in Early Visual Cortex / David C. Somers -- 77. Feature-Based Attention in Primates: Mechanisms and Theoretical Considerations / Paul S. Khayat -- 78. Parietal Mechanisms of Attentional Guidance: The Role of Learning and Cognition / Jacqueline Gottlieb -- XI. INVERTEBRATE VISION
  • 79. Invertebrate Vision: Optics and Behavior / Michael F. Land -- 80. Visual Navigation Strategies in Insects: Lessons from Desert Ants / Holk Cruse -- 81. Vision and Body Coloration in Marine Invertebrates / Karen L. Cheney -- 82. The Cognitive Structure of Visual Navigation in Honeybees / Randolf Menzel -- 83. Neurobiology of Movement-Sensitive Behavior in Flies / Alexander Borst -- 84. Polarization Vision in Arthropods / Basil El Jundi -- 85. Vision and Navigation in Insects, and Applications to Aircraft Guidance / Michael Knight -- XII. THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES -- 86. The Evolution of the Visual System in Primates / Jon H. Kaas -- 87. What Natural Scene Statistics Can Tell Us about Cortical Representation / Michael S. Lewicki -- 88. Vision: Bayesian Inference and Beyond / Alan Yuille -- 89. Neural Oscillations and Synchrony as Mechanisms for Coding, Communication, and Computation in the Visual System / Friedrich T. Sommer
  • XIII. MOLECULAR AND DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESSES -- 90. Development of Retinal Arbors and Synapses / Joshua R. Sanes -- 91. The Role of DSCAMs in the Neural Development of the Retina and Visual System / Robert W. Burgess -- 92. The Development of Retinal Decussations / Qing Wang -- 93. Mechanisms of Axon Guidance and Adhesion Signaling in Thalamocortical Axon Targeting / Patricia F. Maness -- 94. Development of Direction Selectivity / Marla B. Feller -- 95. Mechanisms of Visual Cortex Plasticity during Development / Mriganka Sur -- 96. Role of Glial Cells and Immune Molecules in Visual Development / Beth Stevens -- 97. Optic Nerve Regeneration / Silmara De Lima -- 98. Conformity and Specificity of Primate Corticogenesis / Henry Kennedy -- 99. Neural Limitations on Visual Development in Primates: Beyond Striate Cortex / J. Anthony Movshon -- 100. The Molecular and Structural Basis of Amblyopia / Mark F. Bear -- XIV. TRANSLATIONAL VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
  • 101. Translational Research for Optic Nerve Disorders: Overview / Neil R. Miller -- 102. Transcriptional Regulation of Photoreceptor Development / Donald J. Zack -- 103. Retinopathy of Prematurity: A Template for Studying Retinal Vascular Disease / Mary Elizabeth Hartnett -- 104. Human Choriocapillaris Development / Gerard A. Lutty -- 105. Treatment of Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration / Rithwick Rajagopal -- 106. Bruch's Membrane in Outer Retinal Health and Disease / Christine A. Curcio -- 107. Macular Pigment: Characteristics and Role in the Older Eye / Ian J. Murray -- 108. Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Non-Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration / Jayakrishna Ambati -- 109. Gene Therapy for Retinal Degeneration / Curtis R. Brandt -- 110. Retinal Cell Replacement / Robert E. Maclaren -- 111. Stem Cell Therapies for Visual Disorders / Martin Friedlander -- 112. Retinal Prostheses / Devyani Nanduri
Control code
868974449
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 1675 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780262317900
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)868974449
Label
The new visual neurosciences, edited by John S. Werner and Leo M. Chalupa
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1.A Decade of Progress and New Directions in the Visual Neurosciences / Leo M. Chalupa -- I. RETINAL MECHANISMS AND PROCESSES -- 2. Visual Transduction by Rod and Cone Photoreceptors / Edward N. Pugh, Jr. -- 3. Membrane Protein Transport in Mouse Photoreceptors: Trafficking of Visual Pigments and Transducin / Jeanne M. Frederick -- 4. Photoreceptor-RPE Interactions: Diurnal Phagocytosis / Silvia C. Finnemann -- 5. Information Transfer at the Rod-to-Rod Bipolar Cell Synapse / Alapakkam P. Sampath -- 6. Cone Bipolar Cells: ON and OFF Pathways in the Outer Retina / Steven H. Devries -- 7. Horizontal Cells: Lateral Interactions at the First Synapse in the Retina / Richard H. Kramer -- 8. Stratification of the Inner Plexiform Layer in the Mammalian Retina / Stephen C. Massey -- 9. Mind the Gap: The Functional Roles of Neuronal Gap Junctions in the Retina / Bela Volgyi -- 10. Retinal Connectomics: A New Era for Connectivity Analysis / James R. Anderson
  • 11. Synaptic Mechanisms of Color and Luminance Coding: Rediscovering the X-Y-Cell Dichotomy in Primate Retinal Ganglion Cells / Dennis M. Dacey -- 12. Correlated Activity in the Retina / E.J. Chichilnisky -- 13. The Retina Dissects the Visual Scene into Distinct Features / Markus Meister -- 14. Intrinsically Photosensitive Retinal Ganglion Cells / David M. Berson -- 15. Postreceptoral Mechanisms for Adaptation in the Retina / Jonathan B. Demb -- II.ORGANIZATION OF VISUAL PATHWAYS -- 16. The M, P, and K Pathways of the Primate Visual System Revisited / Ehud Kaplan -- 17. Ventral and Dorsal Cortical Processing Streams / Leslie G. Ungerleider -- 18.Network of Mouse Visual Cortex / Quanxin Wang -- III. SUBCORTICAL PROCESSING -- 19. The Lateral Geniculate Nucleus and Pulvinar / R.W. Guillery -- 20. Light Responsiveness and Photic Entrainment of the Mammalian Circadian Clock / Joseph S. Takahashi -- 21. Inhibitory Circuits in the Visual Thalamus / Friedrich T. Sommer
  • 22. Functional Properties of Cortical Feedback to the Primate Lateral Geniculate Nucleus / W. Martin Usrey -- 23. Superior Colliculus and Visual Attention / Richard J. Krauzlis -- 24. Attentional Activation in Corticothalamic Loops of the Visual System / Andrzej Wrobel -- IV. PROCESSING IN PRIMARY VISUAL CORTEX -- 25. Cell Types and Local Circuits in Primary Visual Cortex of the Macaque Monkey / Edward M. Callaway -- 26. The Cortical Assembly of Visual Receptive Fields / Nicholas J. Priebe -- 27. The Cortical Organization of Binocular Vision / Ralph D. Freeman -- 28. Cortical Pathways for Binocular Depth / Andrew J. Parker -- 29. Functional Organization of Circuits in Rodent Primary Visual Cortex / Mark L. Andermann -- 30. Beyond the Classical Receptive Field: Surround Modulation in Primary Visual Cortex / S. Shushruth -- 31. Peripheral Guidance of Cortical Organization / Dario L. Ringach -- 32. Brain State and Geniculocortical Communication / Jose Manuel Alonso
  • V. BRIGHTNESS AND COLOR -- 33. Color Vision and the Retinal Mosaic / David R. Williams -- 34. The Interaction of Rod and Cone Signals: Pathways and Psychophysics / Steven L. Buck -- 35. Brightness and Lightness / Frederick A.A. Kingdom -- 36. Color Appearance, Language, and Neural Coding / Angela M. Brown -- 37. Adaptation in Color and Form Perception / Michael A. Webster -- 38. Color Constancy / Ana Radonjic -- 39. Recent Developments in Comparative Color Vision / Gerald H. Jacobs -- 40. Color in the Primary Visual Cortex / Elizabeth Johnson -- 41. The Processing of Color in Primate Extrastriate Cortex / Karl R. Gegenfurtner -- VI. PATTERN, SURFACE, AND SHAPE -- 42. Spatial Scale in Visual Processing / Robert F. Hess -- 43. Configural Pooling in the Ventral Pathway / Frances Wilkinson -- 44. Contour Integration and the Association Field / Anthony Hayes -- 45. Texture Analysis and Perception / Michael S. Landy
  • 46. The Perceptual Organization of Depth, Lightness, Color, and Opacity / Barton L. Anderson -- 47. Image-Parsing Mechanisms of the Visual Cortex / Rudiger Von Der Heydt -- VII. OBJECTS AND SCENES -- 48. Visual Crowding / Dennis M. Levi -- 49. From Textures to Crowds: Multiple Levels of Summary Statistical Perception / Timothy D. Sweeny -- 50. Face Perception / Andrew J. Calder -- 51. Scene Perception / Aude Oliva -- 52. The Functional Organization of the Ventral Visual Pathway in Humans / Daniel D. Dilks -- VIII. TIME, MOTION, AND DEPTH -- 53. Visual Time Perception / Alan Johnston -- 54. Motion Perception: Human Psychophysics / David Burr -- 55. Functional Mapping of Motion Regions in Human and Nonhuman Primates / Jan Jastorff -- 56. The Cortical Analysis of Optic Flow: Mechanism, Function, and Dysfunction / Charles J. Duffy -- 57. Stereopsis / Clifton M. Schor -- 58. Binocular Rivalry Updated / Randolph Blake -- IX. EYE MOVEMENTS
  • 59. Natural Eye Movements and Vision / Susana Martinez-Conde -- 60. Neural Mechanisms of Fixations and Saccades: The Eye Plant and Low-Level Control / Christian Quaia -- 61. Neural Mechanisms of Eye Movements: Three-Dimensional Control and Perceptual Consequences / J. Douglas Crawford -- 62. Neural Mechanisms for Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements / Seiji Ono -- 63. Selection of Targets for Saccadic Eye Movements: An Update / Jeffrey D. Schall -- 64. Neural Mechanisms of Target Selection in the Superior Colliculus / Neeraj J. Gandhi -- 65. The Dialogue between Cerebral Cortex and Superior Colliculus: Multiple Ascending Pathways for Corollary Discharge / Robert H. Wurtz -- 66. Interaction between Eye Movements and Vision: Perception during Saccades / M. Concetta Morrone -- 67. Plasticity of Eye Movement Control / Angel M. Pastor -- 68. The Neurology of Eye Movements: From Control Systems to Genetics to Ion Channels to Targeted Pharmacotherapy / Aasef G. Shaikh
  • X. CORTICAL MECHANISMS OF ATTENTION, COGNITION, AND MULTIMODAL INTEGRATION -- 69. Perceptual Learning / Takeo Watanabe -- 70. Perceptual Learning and Plasticity in Primary Visual Cortex / Charles D. Gilbert -- 71. Selective Neuronal Synchronization and Attentional Stimulus Selection in Visual Cortex / Pascal Fries -- 72. Visuomotor Control / Melvyn A. Goodale -- 73. The Evolution of Parietal Areas Associated with Visuomanual Behavior: From Grasping to Tool Use / Leah Krubitzer -- 74. Auditory-Visual Interactions / Charles Spence -- 75. Neuroimaging Studies on Human Attention Networks in Visual and Frontoparietal Cortex / Sabine Kastner -- 76. Attentional "Spotlight" in Early Visual Cortex / David C. Somers -- 77. Feature-Based Attention in Primates: Mechanisms and Theoretical Considerations / Paul S. Khayat -- 78. Parietal Mechanisms of Attentional Guidance: The Role of Learning and Cognition / Jacqueline Gottlieb -- XI. INVERTEBRATE VISION
  • 79. Invertebrate Vision: Optics and Behavior / Michael F. Land -- 80. Visual Navigation Strategies in Insects: Lessons from Desert Ants / Holk Cruse -- 81. Vision and Body Coloration in Marine Invertebrates / Karen L. Cheney -- 82. The Cognitive Structure of Visual Navigation in Honeybees / Randolf Menzel -- 83. Neurobiology of Movement-Sensitive Behavior in Flies / Alexander Borst -- 84. Polarization Vision in Arthropods / Basil El Jundi -- 85. Vision and Navigation in Insects, and Applications to Aircraft Guidance / Michael Knight -- XII. THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES -- 86. The Evolution of the Visual System in Primates / Jon H. Kaas -- 87. What Natural Scene Statistics Can Tell Us about Cortical Representation / Michael S. Lewicki -- 88. Vision: Bayesian Inference and Beyond / Alan Yuille -- 89. Neural Oscillations and Synchrony as Mechanisms for Coding, Communication, and Computation in the Visual System / Friedrich T. Sommer
  • XIII. MOLECULAR AND DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESSES -- 90. Development of Retinal Arbors and Synapses / Joshua R. Sanes -- 91. The Role of DSCAMs in the Neural Development of the Retina and Visual System / Robert W. Burgess -- 92. The Development of Retinal Decussations / Qing Wang -- 93. Mechanisms of Axon Guidance and Adhesion Signaling in Thalamocortical Axon Targeting / Patricia F. Maness -- 94. Development of Direction Selectivity / Marla B. Feller -- 95. Mechanisms of Visual Cortex Plasticity during Development / Mriganka Sur -- 96. Role of Glial Cells and Immune Molecules in Visual Development / Beth Stevens -- 97. Optic Nerve Regeneration / Silmara De Lima -- 98. Conformity and Specificity of Primate Corticogenesis / Henry Kennedy -- 99. Neural Limitations on Visual Development in Primates: Beyond Striate Cortex / J. Anthony Movshon -- 100. The Molecular and Structural Basis of Amblyopia / Mark F. Bear -- XIV. TRANSLATIONAL VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
  • 101. Translational Research for Optic Nerve Disorders: Overview / Neil R. Miller -- 102. Transcriptional Regulation of Photoreceptor Development / Donald J. Zack -- 103. Retinopathy of Prematurity: A Template for Studying Retinal Vascular Disease / Mary Elizabeth Hartnett -- 104. Human Choriocapillaris Development / Gerard A. Lutty -- 105. Treatment of Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration / Rithwick Rajagopal -- 106. Bruch's Membrane in Outer Retinal Health and Disease / Christine A. Curcio -- 107. Macular Pigment: Characteristics and Role in the Older Eye / Ian J. Murray -- 108. Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Non-Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration / Jayakrishna Ambati -- 109. Gene Therapy for Retinal Degeneration / Curtis R. Brandt -- 110. Retinal Cell Replacement / Robert E. Maclaren -- 111. Stem Cell Therapies for Visual Disorders / Martin Friedlander -- 112. Retinal Prostheses / Devyani Nanduri
Control code
868974449
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 1675 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780262317900
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)868974449

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