Eye position signals modulate early dorsal and ventral visual areas.

@article{DeSouza2002EyePS,
  title={Eye position signals modulate early dorsal and ventral visual areas.},
  author={Joseph F. X. DeSouza and Sean P. Dukelow and Tutis Vilis},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2002},
  volume={12 9},
  pages={
          991-7
        }
}
An internal sense of eye position is necessary to maintain the constancy of the visual world in spite of movements of the eyes. Neuroimaging studies have localized human homologs of monkey visual motion processing areas in MT/MST and also in the collateral sulcus (V4), an area that codes features within objects. We show that these two areas have a baseline fMRI signal that is modulated by eye position and that the preferred direction of the eye position signal is different in the two areas… CONTINUE READING

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