Visual information passing beyond the eye
Visual information detected in the eye, is passed to the visual thalamus – a complex sub-cortical structure that regulates information transmission from the sensory organs to sensory areas of the cortex – and on to the primary visual cortex. Researchers know that layer 6, the deepest cortical layer, is involved in regulating this information flow.
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