2006

Plasticity in the Visual System

From Genes to Circuits

ISBN: 978-0-387-28189-6 (Print) 978-0-387-28190-2 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Perception of motion, depth, and form

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      Pages 1-10

      Introduction to Plasticity in the Visual System: From Genes to Circuits

  2. Retinal and Thalamic Plasticity

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 11-11

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      Pages 13-31

      Synaptic Plasticity and Structural Remodeling of Rod and Cone Cells

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      Pages 33-54

      Retinal Remodeling: Circuitry Revisions Triggered by Photoreceptor Degeneration

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      Pages 55-78

      Retinal Plasticity and Interactive Cellular Remodeling in Retinal Detachment and Reattachment

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      Pages 79-95

      Experience-Dependent Rewiring of Retinal Circuitry: Involvement of Immediate Early Genes

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      Pages 97-124

      Attentional Activation of Cortico-Reticulo-Thalamic Pathways Revealed by Fos Imaging

  3. Cortical Plasticity

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 125-125

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      Pages 127-151

      Neuromodulatory Transmitters in Sensory Processing and Plasticity in the Primary Visual Cortex

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      Pages 153-180

      Critical Calcium-Regulated Biochemical and Gene Expression Programs involved in Experience-Dependent Plasticity

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      Pages 181-203

      The Molecular Biology of Sensory Map Plasticity in Adult Mammals

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      Pages 205-227

      Plasticity of Retinotopic Maps in Visual Cortex of Cats and Monkeys After Lesions of the Retina or Primary Visual Cortex

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      Pages 229-243

      Intra-cortical Inhibition in the Regulation of Receptive Field Properties And Neural Plasticity in the Primary Visual Cortex

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      Pages 245-283

      Plasticity in V1 Induced by Perceptual Learning

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      Pages 285-306

      Investigating Higher Order Cognitive Functions in the Dorsal (magnocellular) Stream of Visual Processing

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      Pages 307-320

      Dopamine-Dependent Associative Learning of Workload-Predicting Cues in the Temporal Lobe of the Monkey

  4. Theoretical Considerations

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 321-321

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      Pages 323-346

      Linking Visual Development and Learning to Information Processing: Preattentive and Attentive Brain Dynamics

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      Pages 347-355

      Conclusion: A Unified Theoretical Framework for Plasticity in Visual Circuitry