A Bayesian model of visual motion perception describes how the brain combines assumptions with evidence. A new study in this issue tests and expands the model, building connections between perception, the environment and neural responses.*
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Carandini, M. Measuring the brain's assumptions. Nat Neurosci 9, 468–470 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1038/nn0406-468
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