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Gaze-dependent visual neurons in area V3A of monkey prestriate cortex
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The present results show that V3A gaze-dependent neurons combine information about the position of the eye in the orbit with that of a restricted retinal locus (their receptive field), and it is suggested that they might directly encode spatial locations of the animal's field of view in a head frame of reference.
Functional Demarcation of a Border Between Areas V6 and V6A in the Superior Parietal Gyrus of the Macaque Monkey
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The physiological and connectional estimates of the border between V6 and V6A were found to coincide, at least within the range of individual variation between hemispheres, and V5 was found to be distinct from V6 in a number of its physiological properties.
Eye Position Influence on the Parieto‐occipital Area PO (V6) of the Macaque Monkey
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The presence in area PO (V6) of real‐position cells together with a high percentage of eye position‐sensitive neurons, most of them visual in nature, suggests that this cortical area is engaged in the spatial encoding of extrapersonal visual space.
Arm Movement‐related Neurons in the Visual Area V6A of the Macaque Superior Parietal Lobule
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Arm movement‐related neurons of area V6A seem to be well equipped for integrating motor signals related to arm movements with somatosensory signals evoked by those ovements.
Parietal neurons encoding spatial locations in craniotopic coordinates
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The existence in the monkey parietal cortex of cells (called “real-position” cells) whose receptive field does not systematically move with gaze is reported, which directly encode visual space in craniotopic instead of retinotopic coordinates.
‘Real-motion’ cells in area V3A of macaque visual cortex
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It is suggested that the visual system uses real-motion cells in order to distinguish real from self-induced movements of retinal images, hence to recognize the actual movement in the visual field.
Functional Properties of Neurons in the Anterior Bank of the Parieto‐occipital Sulcus of the Macaque Monkey
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It is inferred that the cortex of the anterior bank of the parieto‐occipital sulcus might be part of the network involved in the control of gaze in order to locate objects in visual space.
Effects of lesions to area V6A in monkeys
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Results directly support the hypothesis that area V6A is part of the network involved in the control of reaching movements and wrist orientation.
Medium-Range Oscillatory Network and the 20-Hz Sensorimotor Induced Potential
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The results demonstrate for the first time the existence of a medium-range cortical network in the human sensorimotor region whose constituents oscillate synchronously.
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