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TITLE: The mind's eye : how the brain sees the world.
ADDED TITLE: How the brain sees the world
SERIES: Brain story: New frontiers in brain research
PUBLISHED: Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2003.
DESCRIPTION: 1 videodisc (50 min.) : sd., col. , 4 3/4 in.
NOTES: Original copy.
NOTES: Producer/Director, Andrew Cohen ; series proucer, Sam Roberts ; photography, Paul Jenkins, David Swan ; editors, Marc Corrance, Adam Finch.
NOTES: Presenter, Susan Greenfield.
NOTES: One patient cannot recognize a single face, including his own. Another cannot see anything anything that is moving. And a third can watch and understand a soccer game, but cannot recognize what the black-and-white object they are kicking. Drawing on the experiences of people with rare forms of brain damage, this program featuring Dr. Susan Greenfield reveals the tricks and shortcuts used by the brain to construct its version - or illusion - of reality. She also discusses how vision works.
NOTES: Englsih
SUBJECT: Brain--Physiology.
SUBJECT: Visual cortex--physiology.
SUBJECT: Visual perception--physiology.
ADDED ENTRY: Greenfield, Susan
ADDED ENTRY: Films for the Humanities (Firm)

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