His main research concerns Neuroscience, Retinal ganglion, Anatomy, Ganglion and Retina. His studies in Visual cortex, Orientation column, Receptive field, Lateral geniculate nucleus and Geniculate are all subfields of Neuroscience research. Bogdan Dreher works mostly in the field of Retinal ganglion, limiting it down to topics relating to Superior colliculus and, in certain cases, Optic tract and Ganglion cell layer, as a part of the same area of interest.
His study connects Retinal and Anatomy. The Ganglion study combines topics in areas such as Andrology, Giant retinal ganglion cells, Axon and Period. His studies deal with areas such as Ontogeny and Fovea centralis as well as Retina.
His primary areas of investigation include Neuroscience, Visual cortex, Anatomy, Receptive field and Retina. His work in Neuroscience addresses issues such as CATS, which are connected to fields such as Dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus. His research in Visual cortex intersects with topics in Geniculate, Photic Stimulation, Electrophysiology and Thalamus.
His Anatomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Postnatal day, Retinal, Retinal ganglion and Cortex. His studies in Receptive field integrate themes in fields like Stimulus, Ocular dominance, Contrast and Optic nerve. The study incorporates disciplines such as Parvocellular cell and Magnocellular cell in addition to Lateral geniculate nucleus.
Bogdan Dreher spends much of his time researching Neuroscience, Visual cortex, Receptive field, Lateral geniculate nucleus and Koniocellular cell. His work on Neuroscience deals in particular with Surround suppression, Geniculate, Retinal Cone Photoreceptor Cells, Visual system and Excitatory postsynaptic potential. His Visual cortex research includes themes of Stimulus, Visual perception and Stereopsis, Optics.
His Receptive field research includes elements of Neuron and Anatomy. His Lateral geniculate nucleus research incorporates themes from Superior colliculus, Retinal ganglion and Primate. The various areas that Bogdan Dreher examines in his Retinal ganglion study include Blindsight and Thalamus.
His primary areas of study are Neuroscience, Visual cortex, Receptive field, Surround suppression and Stimulus. His research in Neuroscience is mostly concerned with Visual system. In his research, Electrophysiology, Temporal cortex, Visual perception and Orientation column is intimately related to Neuron, which falls under the overarching field of Visual cortex.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Parvocellular cell, Koniocellular cell and Anatomy. Bogdan Dreher does research in Anatomy, focusing on Superior colliculus specifically. His Surround suppression research integrates issues from Binocular neurons, High contrast, Optics and Cortex.
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Identification, classification and anatomical segregation of cells with X‐like and Y‐like properties in the lateral geniculate nucleus of old‐world primates.
B Dreher;Y Fukada;R W Rodieck.
The Journal of Physiology (1976)
Retinal ganglion cell classes in the Old World monkey: morphology and central projections
Audie G. Leventhal;R. W. Rodieck;B. Dreher.
Hierarchical and parallel mechanisms in the organization of visual cortex
Jonathan Stone;Bogdan Dreher;Audie Leventhal.
Brain Research Reviews (1979)
Projection of X- and Y-cells of the cat's lateral geniculate nucleus to areas 17 and 18 of visual cortex.
J Stone;B Dreher.
Journal of Neurophysiology (1973)
The morphology, number, distribution and central projections of Class I retinal ganglion cells in albino and hooded rats.
B. Dreher;Ann Jervie Sefton;S.Y.K. Ni;Gayle Nisbett.
Brain Behavior and Evolution (1985)
Orientation specificity of cells in cat striate cortex.
G H Henry;B Dreher;P O Bishop.
Journal of Neurophysiology (1974)
The loss of ganglion cells in the developing retina of the rat.
R.A. Potts;B. Dreher;M.R. Bennett.
Developmental Brain Research (1982)
Peak density and distribution of ganglion cells in the retinae of microchiropteran bats: implications for visual acuity.
J.D. Pettigrew;B. Dreher;Christine S. Hopkins;M.J. McCall.
Brain Behavior and Evolution (1988)
Orientation specificity and response variability of cells in the striate cortex.
G.H. Henry;P.O. Bishop;R.M. Tupper;B. Dreher.
Vision Research (1973)
Hypercomplex cells in the cat's striate cortex.
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science (1972)
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