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Imaging Neuronal and Behavioural Activity in the Freely Moving Animal: What are they looking at?

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Wallace, D. J., Greenberg D. S., Sawinski J., Rulla S., Notaro G., & Kerr J. N. D. (2013) Rats maintain an overhead binocular field at the expense of constant fusion. Nature Vol. 498 65-69

Kerr J. N. D. & Nimmerjahn A. (2012) Functional imaging in freely moving animals. Neurobiology 22:45-53

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