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(hyōō′bəl), David Hunter Born 1926.
American neurobiologist. He shared a 1981 Nobel Prize for studies on the organization and functioning of the brain, particularly with respect to vision.
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The first oriented cell recorded by Hubel and Wiesel (Hubel, 1995) which responded to the edge of the glass slide, was a complex cell.
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Hubel and Wiesel received the Nobel Prize for showing that cats have edge detectors in their brain.
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For example, Hubel and Wiesel demonstrated that visual perception in cats and monkeys works in the ways that would be predicted by the relational network model, and that the nections of visual network are implemented as cortical columns.
Suele aceptarse que un antecedente fundamental de la confluencia de psicologia cognitiva y neurociencias tuvo lugar en los trabajos realizados durante la decada de los cincuenta por Vernon Mountcastle, David Hubel y Torsten Wiesel, los cuales legaran la idea de distribucion modular de la corteza.
In experiments that won them the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine, David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel discovered that sealing shut a kitten's eye for a period during the early stage of life would leave the animal unable to see normally out of that eye.
The question for us is, why is the human foot shaped the way that it is and not, say, like an ostrich's?" Dr Tatjana Hubel from the Royal Veterinary College explained.
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