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Visual selection in the mouse: behavioural and cortical mechanisms

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A fundamental function of our brain is to selectively process sensory input that is most relevant for decision-making. I will describe our approach to understand this process by studying behavioural changes and neuronal circuit changes in visual cortex in mice learning to perform visual decision-making tasks.

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