Summary 0HV20 Perception and motor control Quiz questions/answers
Clear summary of the content of the course Perception and motor control that contains all the important concepts and theories you need to know for good study results. The document also includes the lecture quiz questions and answers.
0HV20 Perception and Motor Control book summary
Extensive summary of the book Foundations of Sensation and Perception (by Mather) for the chapters as covered by the lectures of 0HV20. Build up in an orderly fashion with additional images for clarification and inclusion of keywords as stated in the book.
0HV20 Perception and Motor Control lecture notes
Lecture notes of all lectures of 0HV20 Perception and Motor Control in an orderly fashion.
Summary of Perception and Motor Control: Human Motor Control and Foundations of Sensation and Perception
A summary of the course Perception and Motor Control. It includes a summary of most chapters of "Foundations of Sensation and Perception" and "Human Motor Control" books. This summary includes an extended per chapter summary and an overall shorter summary of the extended part.
Mather book summary Perception and Motor Control
Samenvatting voor het vak Perception and Motor Control van het boek Foundations of Sensation and Perception van Mather. Bevat de hoofdstukken 1 - 12 15.
Summary for the course Perception and Motor Control of the book Foundations of Sensation and Perception by Mather. Contains the chapters 1 - 12 15.
Summary 'Perception & Motor Control'
Summary for the Perception & Motor Control course with the material of all lectures, including tables and pictures, and the corresponding chapters of both books.
Summary of Foundations of Sensations and Perception
Summary of chapters 1-12 and 14 of Foundations of Sensations and Perceptions.
Except: Cortical organization (Ch. 3, p. 66); cortical representation of pain (Ch. 3, p. 67); speech perception (Ch. 5, p. 141); the visual pathway (Ch.7, p. 212); anatomical connections and connections to extrastriate cortex (Ch. 7, p. 217-218); and extra striate cortex (Ch. 7, p. 225)