Visuomotor properties of neurons of the anterior suprasylvian gyrus in the awake cat

@article{Joseph1986VisuomotorPO,
  title={Visuomotor properties of neurons of the anterior suprasylvian gyrus in the awake cat},
  author={Joyce Pauline Joseph and Pascale Giroud},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1986},
  volume={62},
  pages={355-362}
}
1. Single cell activity was recorded from the Anterior Suprasylvian (ASS) gyrus of cats trained to orient their gaze toward visual or auditory stimuli. 2. Sixty-five fixation cells were activated or suppressed as long as the animals were attentive to a particular region of space in the tangential or in the radial direction. Most of these fixation cells were neither light nor sound sensitive. 3. Fifty-five cells were activated in relation to saccades. Fourteen neurons were active before and 41… CONTINUE READING

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