What has the eye taught me about the brain
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Christopher Kennard lectures on how visual input is processed and understood by the brain. He discusses the concept of blindsight, a condition in which people who are blind respond to stimuli they do not consciously see, and how the brain generates saccades which in turn produce what we see.
This lecture was part of an event called "What the eyes and ears have taught us about the brain: President's inaugural address" at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture:3rd October 2013
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