Extent of recovery from the effects of visual deprivation in kittens.

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IN KITTENS, deprivation of form and light over several months can lead to marked abnormalities in the visual pathway. These include behavioral blindness, morphological changes in the lateral geniculate body, and disruption of innately determined cortical connections (2, 6-8). This type of plasticity seems to be greatest in the early months of life and to… (More)

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@article{Wiesel1965ExtentOR, title={Extent of recovery from the effects of visual deprivation in kittens.}, author={Torsten N. Wiesel and David H. Hubel}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={1965}, volume={28 6}, pages={1060-72} }