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    1. Neuroscience

    Feedback contribution to surface motion perception in the human early visual cortex

    Ingo Marquardt et al.
    Novel evidence for a role of feedback in the perception of uniform surfaces in the human brain suggests that feedback already re-enters at an early visual processing stage.
    1. Neuroscience

    A neural basis for the spatial suppression of visual motion perception

    Liu D Liu et al.
    The paradoxical spatial suppression of visual motion perception can result from a trade-off between sensitivity and noise in sensory neuron populations.
    1. Neuroscience

    Foggy perception slows us down

    Paolo Pretto et al.
    Virtual reality experiments show that motorists slow down when driving in fog, but they speed up when visibility is reduced equally at all distances.
    1. Neuroscience

    A shared numerical representation for action and perception

    Giovanni Anobile et al.
    Adapting to rapid or slow finger tapping selectively biases the apparent numerosity of sequences or arrays of visual stimuli.
    1. Neuroscience

    Theta oscillations locked to intended actions rhythmically modulate perception

    Alice Tomassini et al.
    Theta oscillations synchronize perception with the emerging motor intention in an automatic and task-independent way.
    1. Neuroscience

    Suppression and facilitation of human neural responses

    Michael-Paul Schallmo et al.
    Spatial suppression during motion perception reflects reduced neural response magnitudes in visual areas but is not primarily driven by neural inhibition.
    1. Neuroscience

    Motion along the mental number line reveals shared representations for numerosity and space

    Caspar M Schwiedrzik et al.
    Looking at visual motion affects perception of nonsymbolic numerosity in a direction-specific way, indicating that motion and number are computed by the same neurons.
    1. Neuroscience

    Perception as a closed-loop convergence process

    Ehud Ahissar, Eldad Assa
    Perception is proposed to be a dynamic motor-sensory closed-loop process in which information flows through the environment and the brain in continuous loops, converging towards steady-state percepts.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    Post-decision biases reveal a self-consistency principle in perceptual inference

    Long Luu, Alan A Stocker
    Humans are biased in their assessment of sensory information by their own preceding categorical judgment in an attempt to remain self-consistent.
    1. Neuroscience

    Decoding the neural mechanisms of human tool use

    Jason P Gallivan et al.
    Imaging experiments reveal that some brain regions do not distinguish between actions performed using tools and those performed using the hands, while others represent these two types of action separately.

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