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    • Attention shift and remapping across saccades 

      Yao, Tao (2017-03-15)
      Humans and monkeys make two to three saccades per second on average when they are awake, and they are able to keep track of relevant visual stimuli while making saccadic eye-movements to scan a visual scene. Since the ...
    • Decision-Making During Ongoing Actions 

      Ulbrich, Philipp (2022-06-21)
      Contemporary theories of action-based decision-making suggest that making decisions between goods, and specifying the actions required to obtain these goods, are parallel and intertwined processes, which allows for highly ...
    • Encoding, coordination, and decision making in the primate fronto-parietal grasping network 

      Dann, Benjamin (2017-09-22)
       The processes taking place in our brain allow us to flexibly interact with our surrounding based on our internal demands. This requires perceptual information processing up to the generation of movements taking place in ...
    • How nonlinear processing shapes natural stimulus encoding in the retina 

      Karamanlis, Dimokratis (2022-05-31)
      Understanding natural vision is one of the fundamental goals of sensory neuroscience. The only part of the visual system that may currently be amenable to such a complete understanding is the vertebrate retina, where there ...