Parallel updating and weighting of multiple spatial maps for visual stability during whole body motion.

@article{Tramper2015ParallelUA,
  title={Parallel updating and weighting of multiple spatial maps for visual stability during whole body motion.},
  author={Julian J. Tramper and W. Pieter Medendorp},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={114 6},
  pages={3211-9}
}
It is known that the brain uses multiple reference frames to code spatial information, including eye-centered and body-centered frames. When we move our body in space, these internal representations are no longer in register with external space, unless they are actively updated. Whether the brain updates multiple spatial representations in parallel, or whether it restricts its updating mechanisms to a single reference frame from which other representations are constructed, remains an open… CONTINUE READING
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