Psychologists Link Emotion to Vividness of Perception and Creation of Vivid Memories - Psychologists overlaid images with visual noise to measure perception. After accounting for other features of images that contribute to perceptual vividness, such as contrast, color, and scene complexity, they found emotionally arousing images to be perceived more vividly, and thus contributing partly to more vivid memories of certain images later. Rebecca Todd, University of Toronto

Psychologists Link Emotion to Vividness of Perception and Creation of Vivid Memories - Neuroscience News

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AREA 25 - This region is particularly implicated in the normal processing of sadness.

Visual pathway, from the eye back to the visual cortex, in the occipital lobe, in the back of the brain.

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Visual cortex. Brodmann Cytoarchitectonics 17.png

Visual cortex. Brodmann Cytoarchitectonics 17.png

The Primary Visual Cortex by Matthew Schmolesky – Webvision

The Primary Visual Cortex by Matthew Schmolesky – Webvision

The Primary Visual Cortex by Matthew Schmolesky – Webvision

The Primary Visual Cortex by Matthew Schmolesky – Webvision

The Primary Visual Cortex by Matthew Schmolesky – Webvision

The Primary Visual Cortex by Matthew Schmolesky – Webvision

Primary visual cortex, awareness and blindsight

Primary visual cortex, awareness and blindsight

Conscious perception has little to do with primary visual cortex, research suggests

Conscious perception has little to do with primary visual cortex, research suggests

Visual Cortex, Intuition, Perception, Imagination, Brain, Target, Fantasy, Target Audience

Is it nature or nurture that ultimately shapes an organism? A new study reveals a dramatic landscape of gene expression changes across all cell types in the mouse visual cortex after a sensory experience, many linked to neural connectivity and the brain's ability to rewire itself to learn and adapt.

Nature, meet nurture: Single-cell analysis reveals diverse landscape of genetic changes in the brain after a sensory experience

Is it nature or nurture that ultimately shapes an organism? A new study reveals a dramatic landscape of gene expression changes across all cell types in the mouse visual cortex after a sensory experience, many linked to neural connectivity and the brain's ability to rewire itself to learn and adapt.

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