A role for the parietal cortex in sensorimotor adaptation of saccades.

@article{Panouillres2014ARF,
  title={A role for the parietal cortex in sensorimotor adaptation of saccades.},
  author={Muriel T. N. Panouill{\`e}res and Ouazna Habchi and Peggy Gerardin and Rom{\'e}o Salemme and Christian Urquizar and Alessandro Farn{\`e} and Denis P{\'e}lisson},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2014},
  volume={24 2},
  pages={304-14}
}
Sensorimotor adaptation ensures movement accuracy despite continuously changing environment and body. Adaptation of saccadic eye movements is a classical model of sensorimotor adaptation. Beside the well-established role of the brainstem-cerebellum in the adaptation of reactive saccades (RSs), the cerebral cortex has been suggested to be involved in the adaptation of voluntary saccades (VSs). Here, we provide direct evidence for a causal involvement of the parietal cortex in saccadic adaptation… CONTINUE READING

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