Decoupling the actions of the eyes from the hand alters beta and gamma synchrony within SPL.

@article{Sayegh2014DecouplingTA,
  title={Decoupling the actions of the eyes from the hand alters beta and gamma synchrony within SPL.},
  author={Patricia Sayegh and Kara M. Hawkins and Bogdan Neagu and John D. Crawford and Kari L. Hoffman and Lauren E Sergio},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={111 11},
  pages={
          2210-21
        }
}
Eye-hand coordination is crucial for our ability to interact with the world around us. However, much of the visually guided reaches that we perform require a spatial decoupling between gaze direction and hand orientation. These complex decoupled reaching movements are in contrast to more standard eye and hand reaching movements in which the eyes and the hand are coupled. The superior parietal lobule (SPL) receives converging eye and hand signals; however, what is yet to be understood is how the… CONTINUE READING

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