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Neuroscience

Research group Roelfsema
Publication year 2019
Published in Current Biology
Authors M.W. Self, P.R. Roelfsema,
The order of authors may deviate from the original publication due to temporary technical issues.

The lateral geniculate nucleus of the thalamus (LGN) is a relay nucleus between the retina and the visual cortex. A new brain imaging study shows that LGN activity is modulated by figure-ground organization, even when the figure and ground are presented to different eyes: a hallmark of a cortical feedback effect.

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