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Jason Samonds and Sarah Lieberman in Priebe Lab publish in eNeuro

Priebe Lab members Jason Samonds, a postdoctoral fellow, and Sarah Lieberman, an undergraduate summer intern that was supported by the Department of Neuroscience summer intern program, publishes a research article in eNeuro entitled "Motion Discrimination and the Motion Aftereffect in Mouse Vision."  This research on the motion aftereffect, a well-known illusion that provides insight about motion processing and adaptation throughout the visual system, demonstrate that motion discrimination in mice is affected by extended viewing of coherent motion, in a manner consistent with the effects reported in primates. This suggests that although the mouse has a simpler visual system compared with primates, it still is subject to the motion aftereffect and may elucidate the underlying circuitry.

Sarah Lieberman's summer research was supported by the Department of Neuroscience undergraduate intern program.

Samonds JM, Lienerman S and NJ Priebe. (2018). Motion Discrimination and the Motion Aftereffect in Mouse Vision.
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