The Neural Visual Process and Visual Acuity
Harrison, James Michael
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In view of the vast amount of knowledge on the phenomena of vision, any study into the neurophysiological process of seeing must be limited and incomplete. By careful selection of important factors, however, some insight into the process can be obtained. It is the hope of the author that this can be done by relating what is observed experimentally as the result of photic radiation of the retina with what is known about the neurophysiological system in a discussion of visual acuity.
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