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Extrageniculostriate mechanisms underlying visually-guided orientation behavior

Author: Masao Norita; Takehiko Bando; Barry E Stein; International Brain Research Organization,; International Brain Research Organization. Congress
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1996.
Series: Progress in brain research, v. 112.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The last few years have seen a dramatic increase in the number of areas known to be involved in mammalian vision. It has also seen a far greater understanding of the importance of reciprocal connections, intrinsic connections, structure-specific modules and modules which span different structures, as well as the introduction of parallel processing models within the thalamocortical and corticocortical streams. The  Read more...
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Extrageniculostriate mechanisms underlying visually-guided orientation behavior.
Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1996
(DLC) 96041410
(OCoLC)35331328
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Masao Norita; Takehiko Bando; Barry E Stein; International Brain Research Organization,; International Brain Research Organization. Congress
ISBN: 0444823476 9780444823472
OCLC Number: 795581773
Description: 1 online resource (x, 447 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: List of Contributors. Preface. 1. Neural mechanisms of visual orienting responses (J.M. Sprague). 2.The mosaic architecture of the superior colliculus (R.-B. Illing). 3. Neurochemical microcircuitryunderlying visual and oculomotor function in the cat superior colliculus (R.R. Mize). 4. Serotoninmodulates retinotectal and corticotectal convergence in the superior colliculus (R.D. Mooney et al).5. Morphology of single axons of tectospinal and reticulospinal neurons in the upper cervical spinalcord (Y. Shinoda, S. Kakei, N. Muto). 6. A projection linking motor cortex with the LM-suprageniculatenuclear complex through the periaqueductal gray area which surrounds the nucleus of Darkschewitschin the cat (S. Onodera, T.P. Hicks). 7. Firing characteristics of neurones in the superior colliculus andthe pontomedullary reticular formation during orienting in unrestrained cats (S. Sasaki, K. Naito, M.Oka). 8. Ibotenic acid lesions of the superior colliculus produce longer lasting deficits in visualorienting behavior than aspiration lesions in the cat (A.C. Rosenquist, V.M. Ciaramitaro). 9. Spatialdistribution of tectotectal connections in cats (M. Behan, N.M. Kime). 10. Roles of the lateralsuprasylvian cortex in convergence eye movements in the cats (T. Bando et al.). 11. Functionalconnectivity of the superior colliculus with saccade-related brain stem neurons in the cat (S. Chimotoet al.). 12. Visual-auditory integration in cat superior colliculus: implications for neuronal control ofthe orienting response (C.K. Peck). 13. Task-dependence of saccade-related activity in monkeysuperior colliculus: implications for models of the saccadic system (A.J. Van Opstal, M.A. Frens). 14.Coding of stimulus invariances by inferior temporal neurons (R. Vogels, G.A. Orban). 15. Theoriesof visual cortex organization in primates: areas of the third level (J.H. Kaas). 16. Afferent anddevelopmentally inherent mechanisms of form and motion processing in cat extrastriate cortex (P.D.Spear). 17. Extrinsic and intrinsic connections of the cat's lateral suprasylvian visual area (M. Noritaet al.). 18. Areas PMLS and 21a of cat visual cortex are not only functionally but also hodologicallydistinct (B. Dreher et al). 19. Motion sensitivity and stimulus interactions in the striate-recipient zoneof the cat's lateral posterior-pulvinar complex (C. Casanova, T. Savard). 20. Comparisons of cross-modality integration in midbrain and cortex (B.E. Stein, M.T. Wallace). 21. Sensory organization ofthe superior colliculus in cat and monkey (M.T. Wallace, B.E. Stein). 22. Substitution of visual byauditory inputs in the cat's anterior ectosylvian cortex (J.P. Rauschecker). 23. Visual, somatosensoryand auditory modality properties along the feline suprageniculate-AES/insular pathway (Gy. Benedeket al.). 24. The development of topographically-aligned maps of visual and auditory space in thesuperior colliculus (A.J. King et al.). 25. What do developmental mapping rules optimize? (M. Xiong,B.L. Finlay). 26. The effect of damage of the brachium of the superior colliculus in neonatal and adulthamsters and the use of peripheral nerve to restore retinocollicular projections (K.-F. So et al). 27.A proposed reorganization of the cortical input-output system (Y. Tamai). 28. Neural bases of residualvision in hemicorticectomized monkeys (M. Ptito et al.). 29. Extrageniculostriate vision in humans:investigations with hemispherectomy patients (C.M. Wessinger et al.). 30. Visual inputs to cerebellarventral paraflocculus during ocular following responses (K. Kawano et al.). 31. Context dependentdischarge characteristics of saccade-related Purkinje cells in the cerebellar hemispheres of the monkey(N. Mano et al). 32. Further evidence for the specific involvement of the flocculus in the verticalvestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) (K. Fukushima et al.). Subject Index.
Series Title: Progress in brain research, v. 112.
Responsibility: edited by Masao Norita, Takehiko Bando, Barry Stein.

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