Wangzikang Zhang

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Objects in the visual world can be represented in both egocentric and allocentric coordinates. Previous studies have found that allocentric representation can affect the accuracy of spatial judgment relative to an egocentric frame, but not vice versa. Here we asked whether egocentric representation influenced the processing speed of allocentric perception.(More)
Unitary excitatory (EPSP) and inhibitory (IPSP) postsynaptic potentials (PSPs) were evoked between neurons in Rexed's laminae (L)II-V of spinal slices from young hamsters (7-24 days old) at 27°C using paired whole cell recordings. Laminar differences in synaptic efficacy were observed: excitatory connections were more secure than inhibitory connections in(More)
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