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1. Briefly explain what it means to say that visual processing is selective, then give two examples of the kinds of information that are discarded at the first stage of visual processing

Vision 
1. Briefly explain what it means to say that visual processing is selective, then give two examples of the kinds of information that are discarded at the first stage of visual processing.
2. Explain the general function of ‘simple’ and ‘complex’ cells in visual cortex, in terms of the properties of their receptive fields; then for each cell type explain what it does that is specifically different to the other cell type. 
3. Define the Neuron Doctrine (Grandmother cell hypothesis), then explain the concept of broad tuning in V1 cells (e.g. to orientation), and why this poses a problem for the Neuron Doctrine
Memory 
4. Briefly outline one main component of Working Memory (Baddeley, 2012). Discuss two pieces of evidence relating to this component.
5. Explain the concept of ‘false memories’, and provide two pieces of evidence suggesting that we are prone to false memories.
6. Define eyewitness memory, and discuss two factors that impact the accuracy of eyewitness memory, giving evidence.

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