Eye movements evoked by cerebellar stimulation in the alert monkey.

@article{Ron1973EyeME,
  title={Eye movements evoked by cerebellar stimulation in the alert monkey.},
  author={Samuel Ron and D. A. Robinson},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1973},
  volume={36 6},
  pages={
          1004-22
        }
}
CEREBELLAR STIMULATION has long been known to evoke eye movements (I 1, 20). Such evoked movements have been reinvestigated by many others (e.g., 8, 19, 21, 28) and most recently by Cohen et al. (5). There is not much agreement among the many studies concerning which areas of the cerebellum produce eye movements when stimulated and the nature and direction of those movements. The only agreement is that stimulation of the vermis, lobes VI and VII, evoke ipsilateral, horizontal eye movements (5… CONTINUE READING

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