Visual selectivity for heading in monkey area MST

  title={Visual selectivity for heading in monkey area MST},
  author={Frank Bremmer and Michael Kubischik and Martin Pekel and Klaus-Peter Hoffmann and Markus Lappe},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
The control of self-motion is supported by visual, vestibular, and proprioceptive signals. Recent research has shown how these signals interact in the monkey medio-superior temporal area (area MST) to enhance and disambiguate the perception of heading during self-motion. Area MST is a central stage for self-motion processing from optic flow, and integrates flow field information with vestibular self-motion and extraretinal eye movement information. Such multimodal cue integration is clearly… CONTINUE READING

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