Computation of Egomotion in the Macaque Cerebellar Vermis

@article{Angelaki2009ComputationOE,
  title={Computation of Egomotion in the Macaque Cerebellar Vermis},
  author={Dora E. Angelaki and Tatyana A. Yakusheva and Andrea M. Green and J. David Dickman and Pablo M. Blazquez},
  journal={The Cerebellum},
  year={2009},
  volume={9},
  pages={174-182}
}
The nodulus and uvula (lobules X and IX of the vermis) receive mossy fibers from both vestibular afferents and vestibular nuclei neurons and are thought to play a role in spatial orientation. Their properties relate to a sensory ambiguity of the vestibular periphery: otolith afferents respond identically to translational (inertial) accelerations and changes in orientation relative to gravity. Based on theoretical and behavioral evidence, this sensory ambiguity is resolved using rotational cues… CONTINUE READING
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