Cerebellar contribution to the spatial encoding of orienting gaze shifts in the head-free cat.

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1. Cerebellar saccadic dysmetria may result from a disturbance in the processes that ensure correct execution of gaze displacement. Alternatively, an impairment in the preparatory processes that lead to the specification of the movement goal may also produce this deficit. 2. We report here on a pharmacologically induced dysmetria that suggests a cerebellar… (More)

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@article{Goffart1994CerebellarCT, title={Cerebellar contribution to the spatial encoding of orienting gaze shifts in the head-free cat.}, author={Laurent Goffart and Denis P{\'e}lisson}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={1994}, volume={72 5}, pages={2547-50} }