Steering by hearing: a bat's acoustic gaze is linked to its flight motor output by a delayed, adaptive linear law.

Abstract

Adaptive behaviors require sensorimotor computations that convert information represented initially in sensory coordinates to commands for action in motor coordinates. Fundamental to these computations is the relationship between the region of the environment sensed by the animal (gaze) and the animal's locomotor plan. Studies of visually guided animals… (More)

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