Dr. M. A. Goodale

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In rats under urethane anesthesia, electrolytic destruction of one superior colliculus resulted in an increase in the amplitude of the light-evoked potential recorded in the remaining contralateral superior colliculus. In another group of rats, unilateral ablation of visual cortex produced a depression of the light-evoked potential recorded in the(More)
Two experiments were carried out with Mongolian gerbils to determine the roles of optic tectum and visual cortex in the mediation of visually guided head turns and locomotion elicited and controlled by discrete visual targets. In Experiment 1, the behavior of animals with either a sham operation, a bilateral lesion of optic tectum, or a bilateral ablation(More)
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