Direction and contrast tuning of macaque MSTd neurons during saccades.

@article{Crowder2009DirectionAC,
  title={Direction and contrast tuning of macaque MSTd neurons during saccades.},
  author={Nathan A Crowder and Nicholas S.C. Price and Michael J. Mustari and Michael R. Ibbotson},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={101 6},
  pages={3100-7}
}
Saccades are rapid eye movements that change the direction of gaze, although the full-field image motion associated with these movements is rarely perceived. The attenuation of visual perception during saccades is referred to as saccadic suppression. The mechanisms that produce saccadic suppression are not well understood. We recorded from neurons in the dorsal medial superior temporal area (MSTd) of alert macaque monkeys and compared the neural responses produced by the retinal slip associated… CONTINUE READING

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