Our brain is constantly interpreting the environment around us to plan and guide our actions. This requires combining sensory inputs with internal models of the world. We study how this process emerges from networks of neurons in the mouse neocortex. Using optical, electrophysiological and behavioral methods we investigate how different cortical areas learn and store knowledge about expected regularities of the world and how it is combined with sensory information to give rise to perception.
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How the brain builds a representation of the environment from sensory stimuli
Imaging, Electrophysiology and Behaviour
Models and Regions
Rodents / Visual Cortex
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