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"Although sound information used to generate a spatial map doesn’t travel down the optic pathway, it shows up in the visual cortex, the part of the brain responsible for processing visual information for visual experience."
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Does the underlined part give more detail about the optic pathway or the visual cortex?
This is even more true if you knew, or had looked up in a dictionary, the word 'cortex'.
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"After only five days, theirvisual cortex, the part of the brain that processes input from the eyes, began to respond to touch."
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In this context, I think the meaning of visual cortex is very clear which means I have to choose the visual cortex over the optic pathway. Thank you, 5jj.
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