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The anatomy of the cerebellum
Vertebrate cerebella occupy a position in the rostral roof of the 4th ventricle and share a common pattern in the structure of their cortex. They differ greatly in their external form, theExpand
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Afferent and efferent projections of the inferior area 6 in the macaque monkey
The rostral part of the agranular frontal cortex (area 6) can be subdivided on the basis of its cytoarchitecture, enzymatic properties, and connections into two large sectors: a superior region,Expand
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Saccadic Dysmetria and Adaptation after Lesions of the Cerebellar Cortex
We studied the effects of small lesions of the oculomotor vermis of the cerebellar cortex on the ability of monkeys to execute and adapt saccadic eye movements. For saccades in one horizontalExpand
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Foundations of the neuron doctrine
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Corticopontine projection in the rat: The distribution of labelled cortical cells after large injections of horseradish peroxidase in the pontine nuclei
The distribution of cortical cells projecting to the pontine nuclei in rats was studied by making large injections of horseradish peroxidase that filled the basilar pons and measuring the density ofExpand
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Retinoscopy and Eye Size
Retinoscopy was performed on animals with different sized eyes, all of whom appeared hypermetropic. The data were well fitted by an equation of the form y = kx-2 where y is refractive error inExpand
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Paradoxical movement in Parkinson's disease
Patients with Parkinson's disease, although impaired, can sometimes move effectively under visual guidance. The stimuli that often elicit such paradoxical movement are similar to those that relayExpand
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Visual pontocerebellar projections in the macaque
The cerebellum plays an important role in the visual guidance of movement. In order to understand the anatomical basis of visuomotor control, we studied the projection of pontine visual cells ontoExpand
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Afferent and Efferent Connections of Temporal Association Cortex in the Rat: A Horseradish Peroxidase Study
We studied the afferent and efferent connections of the caudal temporal cortex in rat using the tracer wheat germ agglutinin – horseradish peroxidase (WGA–HRP). This area is reciprocally connectedExpand
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How are visual areas of the brain connected to motor areas for the sensory guidance of movement?
  • M. Glickstein
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Trends in Neurosciences
  • 1 December 2000
Visual areas of the brain must be connected to motor areas for the sensory guidance of movement. The first step in the pathway from the primary visual cortex is by way of the dorsal stream of visualExpand
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