Direction-selection cells in the retina can flip their orientations
How does attention direct the subconscious actions of our sensory organs?
Discovering the workings of our “sixth sense”
Why does a background noise that stops and suddenly starts again get our attention?
Rats' whiskers, and other sense organs, may process information even before it gets to the nearest nerve cell
Neurons in a rats' brain that respond just to whisker motion may help explain why our fingers move to feel and our eyes to take...