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Sensorimotor processing refers to a process by which sensory information or input is coupled or integrated to a related motor response in the central nervous system. This process underlies both involuntary or reflexive actions and voluntary acts.
A tracking microscope for imaging neuronal activity at single-cell resolution in freely swimming zebrafish larvae is described. This technology allows functional imaging during behaviors that have previously been inaccessible to real-time analysis.