CNS 2024 Every day, we have an almost nonstop view of different actions unfolding around us, whether in traffic watching cars, on TV observing people interact, or at a park seeing dogs and kids playing. For scientists trying to understand how we take in such visual information, it is often easiest to isolate certain features, […]
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