Comparing whisking motion in free-roaming and immobilized rats reveals key differences
How does attention direct the subconscious actions of our sensory organs?
Organs that sense through movement are more complex than thought
Rats' whiskers, and other sense organs, may process information even before it gets to the nearest nerve cell
Weizmann Institute scientists observe as humans learn to sense like a rat, with “whiskers”
Weizmann Institute scientists observe as humans learn to sense like a rat, with ”whiskers”
Sensory organs – fingers, eyes, whiskers – move continuously to sample the surroundings. How does the brain keep track of these movements,...
The simple twitch of a rat's whisker encodes three different kinds of signal