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Aberrant visual projections in the Siamese cat

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Title:
Aberrant visual projections in the Siamese cat
Description:
In 1981, Harvard researchers David H. Hubel and Torsten N. Wiesel shared the Nobel Prize in Medicine with Roger W. Sperry of Caltech for their discoveries relating to information processing in visual systems. This article on the Siamese cat, published in the Journal of physiology, v. 218 (1971), was one of a number of articles describing the research of Drs. Hubel and Wiesel. Excerpt from the published article Aberrant visual projections in the Siamese cat, but David H. Hubel and Torsten N. Wiesel
Creator:
Hubel, David H.
Creator:
Wiesel, Torsten N.
Date:
1970–1971
Location:
Center for the History of Medicine (Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine)
Collection (local):
Harvard Medical Library
Journal of Physiology, v. 218, pp. 33-62. (October 1, 1971)
Series:
Harvard Medical Library
Subjects:
Hubel, David H.
Excerpts
Articles
Nobel Prize winners
Extent:
excerpt (1 page)
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Notes:
Gift of Dr. David H. Hubel to the Harvard Medical Library, 2007
Language:
English