Rapid Processing of Retinal Slip During Saccades in Macaque Area MT
The primate middle temporal area (MT) is involved in the analysis and perception of visual motion, which is generated actively by eye and body movements and passively when objects move. We studied the responses of single cells in area MT of awake macaques, comparing the direction tuning and latencies of responses evoked by wide-field texture motion during fixation (passive viewing) and during rewarded, target-directed saccades and nonrewarded, spontaneous saccades over the same stationary...[Show more]
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