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We are delighted to announce the release of a new paper by Dr Reuben Rideaux and Dr Andrew Welchman.

Perception relies on information integration but it is unclear how the brain decides which information to integrate and which to keep separate. Here, theĀ authors develop and test a biologically inspired model of cue-integration, implicating a key role for GABAergic proscription in robust perception.

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