Multimodal integration in the feeding behaviors of predatory teleost fishes.

@article{New2002MultimodalII,
  title={Multimodal integration in the feeding behaviors of predatory teleost fishes.},
  author={John G. New},
  journal={Brain, behavior and evolution},
  year={2002},
  volume={59 4},
  pages={177-89}
}
  • John G. New
  • Published 2002 in Brain, behavior and evolution
The search for useful model systems to study sensory processing in vertebrate nervous systems has resulted in many neuroethological studies investigating the roles played by a single sensory modality in a given behavior. However, animals behaving in a complex, three-dimensional environment receive a large amount of information from external and internal receptor arrays. Clearly, the integration of sensory afference arising from different modalities into a coherent 'gestalt' of the world is… CONTINUE READING
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