Barbara Janusch

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Animal studies have shown that not only cortical, but also brainstem and cerebellar areas are involved in the initiation and generation of optokinetic nystagmus (OKN), e.g., cortico-(pretecto)pontine-olivo-cerebellar pathways. The aim of this fMRI study was to identify and differentiate brainstem and cerebellar areas involved in horizontal and vertical OKN(More)
Looking at a moving pattern induces optokinetic nystagmus (OKN) and activates an assembly of cortical areas in the visual cortex, including lateral occipitotemporal (motion-sensitive area MT/V5) and adjacent occipitoparietal areas as well as ocular motor areas such as the prefrontal cortex, frontal, supplementary, and parietal eye fields. The aim of this(More)
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