Role of the medial parieto-occipital cortex in the control of reaching and grasping movements

@article{Galletti2003RoleOT,
  title={Role of the medial parieto-occipital cortex in the control of reaching and grasping movements},
  author={C. Galletti and D. F. Kutz and M. Gamberini and R. Breveglieri and P. Fattori},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={153},
  pages={158-170}
}
The medial parieto-occipital cortex is a central node in the dorsomedial visual stream. Recent physiological studies in the macaque monkey have demonstrated that the medial parieto-occipital cortex contains two areas, the visual area V6 and the visuomotor area V6A. Area V6 is a retinotopically organized visual area that receives form and motion information directly from V1 and is heavily connected with the other areas of the dorsal visual stream, including V6A. Area V6A is a bimodal visual… Expand
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