Kerstin Stockmeier

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Lesions of the parieto-occipital junction (POJ) in humans cause gross deviations of reaching movements and impaired grip formation if the targets are located in the subjects' peripheral visual field. Movements to central targets are typically less impaired. This disorder has been termed "optic ataxia". It has been suggested that a general deficit of online(More)
We used a virtual reality setup to let participants grasp discs, which differed in luminance, chromaticity and size. Current theories on perception and action propose a division of labor in the brain into a color proficient perception pathway and a less color-capable action pathway. In this study, we addressed the question whether isoluminant stimuli, which(More)
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