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Prioritized Maps of Space in Human Frontoparietal Cortex
Priority maps are theorized to be composed of large populations of neurons organized topographically into a map of gaze-centered space whose activity spatially tags salient and behaviorally relevantExpand
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Dissociation of Neuronal and Psychophysical Responses to Local and Global Motion
Most neurons in cortical area MT (V5) are strongly direction selective, and their activity is closely associated with the perception of visual motion. These neurons have large receptive fields builtExpand
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Optimal inference explains the perceptual coherence of visual motion stimuli.
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The local spatiotemporal pattern of light on the retina is often consistent with a single translational velocity which may also be interpreted as a superposition of spatial patterns translating with different velocities. Expand
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Motor planning: effect of directional uncertainty with discrete spatial cues
We investigated the effect of spatial uncertainty on motor planning by using the cueing method in a reaching task (experiment 1). Discrete spatial cues indicated the different locations in which theExpand
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Play, attention, and learning: How do play and timing shape the development of attention and influence classroom learning?
The behavioral and neurobiological connections between play and the development of critical cognitive functions, such as attention, remain largely unknown. We do not yet know how these connectionsExpand
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Time-dependent effects of discrete spatial cues on the planning of directed movements
The degree of preparation of a motor response varies with the information available regarding the response that will need to be executed and with the time provided to process that information. InExpand
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Motor planning: effect of directional uncertainty with continuous spatial cues
We have investigated the effect of directional uncertainty on the planning of reaching movements. For this purpose, we have used sections of annuli as spatial cues to indicate the directional rangeExpand
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The Emerging Role of the Ecosystems Architect
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