Burr, D., & Morrone, M. C.

Vision: Neuronal mechanisms enabling stable perception

Current Biology: CB, 32(24), R1338–R1340


Eye movements cause rapid motion of the retinal image, potentially confusable with external motion. A recent study shows that neurons in mouse primary visual cortex distinguish self-generated from external motion by combining sensory input with saccade-related signals from the thalamic pulvinar nucleus.