Impairments in visual discrimination performance and gaze shifts in monkeys with superior colliculus lesions.

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Eye movements of monkeys were recorded while they performed a visual discrimination task before and after superior colliculus (SC) lesions or control surgery. The monkeys with SC lesions were impaired in orienting their eyes toward the visual stimuli when they were presented eccentrically 15 degrees to 32 degrees from the center of the display screen… (More)

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@article{Kurtz1980ImpairmentsIV, title={Impairments in visual discrimination performance and gaze shifts in monkeys with superior colliculus lesions.}, author={Darcie L Kurtz and Charles M Butter}, journal={Brain research}, year={1980}, volume={196 1}, pages={109-24} }