はいそくしつかく 背側皮質視覚路
1. dorsal stream; parietal stream
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2. Two-streams hypothesisThe two-streams hypothesis is a widely accepted neurophysiological account of visual processing. As visual information exits the occipital lobe, it follows two main channels, or "streams". The ventral stream (also known as the "what pathway") travels to the temporal lobe and is involved with object identification. The dorsal stream (or, "where pathway") terminates in the parietal lobe and process spatial locations.
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