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Salk scientists show how brain cells filter information in groups

20:41 EST 1 Jan 2019 | News-Medical.net

When we perceive the world around us, certain objects appear to be more noticeable than others, depending on what we do. For example, when we view a forest-covered mountain from a distance, the forest looks like a large green carpet. But as we get closer, we start noticing the individual trees, and the forest fades to the background.

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