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Recent studies in owls and ferrets seem to have identified the origin and nature of the visual signals that shape the development of the auditory space map in the midbrain, which ensures that the neural representations of both sensory modalities share the same topographic organization.


Journal article


Curr Biol

Publication Date





R393 - R395


Animals, Auditory Perception, Brain, Neuronal Plasticity, Visual Perception