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    • Circuits for Presaccadic Visual Remapping. 

      Mayo, J Patrick; Rao, Hrishikesh; Sommer, Marc A (J Neurophysiol, 2016-09-21)
      Saccadic eye movements rapidly displace the image of the world that is projected onto the retinas. In anticipation of each saccade, many neurons in the visual system shift their receptive fields. This presaccadic change ...
    • Corollary discharge for action and cognition 

      Sommer, Marc; Subramanian, divya; Alers, anthony
    • Functional Diversity of Retinal Ganglion Cells in the Rat 

      Ravi, Sneha (2017)
      One of the central problems in neuroscience is that there is a lack of understanding of the diversity and functions of cell types in the brain. Even in brain areas that have been studied extensively, such as the retina, ...
    • Linking cognitive and visual perceptual decline in healthy aging: The information degradation hypothesis. 

      Madden, David Joseph; Monge, Zachary (Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 2016-10)
      Several hypotheses attempt to explain the relation between cognitive and perceptual decline in aging (e.g., common-cause, sensory deprivation, cognitive load on perception, information degradation). Unfortunately, the majority ...
    • THE FORM AND FUNCTION OF SCALLOP MANTLE EYES 

      Speiser, Daniel Isaac (2010)
      Scallops, a family of swimming bivalve mollusks, have dozens of eyes arrayed along the edges of their valves. Relatively little is known about the form and function of these unusual eyes. To learn more about them, we studied ...
    • Visual Object-Category Processing with and without Awareness 

      Harris, Joseph Allen (2012)
      Any information represented in the brain, whether an individual is aware of it or not, holds the potential to affect behavior. The extent of visual perceptual processing that occurs in the absence of awareness is therefore ...