Using Eye Movements as an Experimental Probe of Brain Function : a symposium in honor of Jean Buttner-Ennever / edited by Christopher Kennard, R. John Leigh.
By: Using Eye Movements as an Experimental Probe of Brain Function (Conference) (2007 : London, England)
Contributor(s): Büttner-Ennever, Jean A [honouree.] | Kennard, Christopher [editor.] | Leigh, R. John [editor.] | Imperial College, London [host institution.]Material type: TextSeries: Progress in brain research: v. 171.Publisher: Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier, 2008Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 613 pages) : illustrations (some color)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780080932323; 0080932320; 0444531637; 9780444531636Subject(s): Brain -- Localization of functions -- Congresses | Brain -- Diseases -- Diagnosis -- Congresses | Eye -- Movements -- Congresses | Eye Movements -- Festschrift | Brain -- physiology -- Festschrift | Brain -- physiopathology -- Festschrift | Brain Diseases -- diagnosis -- Festschrift | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Diseases -- Nervous System (incl. Brain) | MEDICAL -- Neurology | Brain -- Diseases -- Diagnosis | Brain -- Localization of functions | Eye -- Movements | Augenbewegung | Hirnfunktion | London <2007> | ogen | eyes | beweging | movement | hersenen | brain | neurologie | neurology | neurofysiologie | neurophysiology | neurobiologie | neurobiology | Human Physiology and Anatomy | Neurophysiology | Humane fysiologie en anatomie | NeurofysiologieGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Using eye movements as an experimental probe of brain function.DDC classification: 616.8047545 LOC classification: QP477.5 | .U8 2008ebOther classification: 44.90 Online resources: Click here to access online
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"This volume of Progress in Brain Research is the fruit of a conference Using Eye Movements as an Experimental Probe of Brain Function, held at the Charing Cross Hospital Campus of Imperial College, London, UK on 5th-6th December, 2007"--Foreword.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Mapping the oculomotor system -- Neuronal signalling expression profiles of motoneurons supplying multiply or singly innervated extraocular muscle fibres in monkey -- Histochemical characterisation of trigeminal neurons that innervate monkey extraocular muscles -- Functional anatomy of the extraocular muscles during vergence -- Induced extraocular muscle afferent signals: from pigeons to people -- Monkey primary somatosensory cortex has a proprioceptive representation of eye position -- Acute superior oblique palsy in the monkey: effects of viewing conditions on ocular alignment and modelling of the ocular motor plant -- Dynamic aspects of trochlear nerve palsy -- Ocular motor nerve palsies: implications for diagnosis and mechanisms of repair -- Extraocular proprioception and new treatments for infantile nystagmus syndrome.
Neural circuits for triggering saccades in the brainstem -- Brainstem circuits controlling lid-eye coordination in monkey -- Defining the pupillary component of the periocular preganglionic population with in a unitary Edinger-Westphal nucleus -- Frontal eye field signals that may trigger the brainstem saccade generator -- The role of omnipause neurons: why glycine? -- Applying saccade models to account for oscillations -- Dynamics of saccadic oscillations --- Effects of failure of development of crossing brainstem pathways on ocular motor control -- Neuronal evidence for individual eye control in the primate cMRF.
Complex spike activity signals the direction and size of dysmetric saccade errors -- Role of the MST-DLPN pathway in smooth pursuit adaptation -- Lesions of the cerebellar nodulus and uvula in monkeys: effect on otolith-ocular reflexes -- Vergence eye movement signals in the cerebellar dorsal vermis -- Oculomotor anatomy and the motor-error problem: the role of the paramedian tract nuclei -- Impulsive testing of semicircular canal function -- Inter-ocular differences of the horizontal vestibulo-ocular reflex during impulsive testing -- Control of ocular torsion in the rotational vestibulo-ocular reflexes -- Do humans how velocity-storage in the vertical rVOR? -- Preserved otolith function in patients with cerebellar atrophy and bilateral vestibulopathy -- Three-dimensional kinematics of saccadic eye movements in humans with cerebellar degeneration -- Inferior olive hypertrophy and cerebellar learning are both needed to explain ocular oscillations in oculopalatal tremor -- Impulsive head rotation resets oculopalatal tremor.
Human ocular following: evidence that responses to large-field stimuli are limited by local and global inhibitory influences -- Short-latency disparity vergence eye movements -- MSTd neurons during ocular following and smooth pursuit perturbation -- Neural activity in cortical areas MST and FEF in relation to smooth pursuit gain control -- Eye position and cross-sensory learning both contribute to prism adaptation of auditory space -- Hysteresis effects of the subjective visual vertical during continuous quasi-static whole-body roll rotation -- Perception of self motion during and after passive rotation of the body around an earth-vertical axis -- The freezing rotation illusion -- Geometrical considerations on canal-otolith interactions during OVAR and Bayesian modelling -- Listing's plane and the otolith-mediated gravity vector -- A reinterpretation of the purpose of the translational vestibulo-ocular reflex in human subjects -- Dynamics of binocular fixation of targets during fore-aft motion -- Differential coding of head rotation by lateral-vertical canal convergent central vestibular neurons -- Cyclovergence evoked by up-down acceleration along longitudinal axis in humans -- Oblique gaze shifts: head movements reveal new aspects of component coupling -- Head movement control during head-free gaze shifts -- Postural changes during eye-head movements -- Cortical processing in vestibular navigation -- Foot rotation contribution to trunk and gaze stability during whole-body mediated gaze shifts -- Supraspinal locomotor control in quadrupeds and humans -- Private lines of cortical visual information to the nucleus of the optic tract and dorsolateral pontine nucleus -- Gravity perception in cerebellar patients.
Brain mechanisms for switching from automatic to controlled eye movements -- The frontal eye field as a prediction map -- Volition and eye movements -- Negative motivational control of saccadic eye movement by the lateral habenula -- Eye movements as a probe of attention -- Using transcranial magnetic stimulation to probe decision-making and memory -- Supplementary eye field contributions to the execution of saccades to remembered target locations -- Multiple memory-guided saccades: movement memory improves the accuracy of memory-guided saccades -- Visual vector inversion during memory antisaccades -- Predictive signals in the pursuit area of the monkey frontal eye fields -- Internally generated smooth eye movement: its dynamic characteristics and role in randomized and predictable pursuit -- Predictive disjunctive pursuit of virtual images perceived to move in depth -- Tracking in 3-D space under natural viewing condition -- Exploring the pulvinar path to visual cortex -- The role of the human pulvinar in visual attention and action.
How disturbed visual processing early in live leads to disorders of gaze-holding and smooth pursuit -- Manifest latent nystagmus: a case of sensori-motor switching -- Eye hyperdeviation in mouse cerebellar mutants is comparable to the gravity-dependent component of human downbeat nystagmus -- New insights into the upward vestibulo-oculomotor pathways in the human brainstem -- Mechanisms of vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) cancellation in spinocerebellar ataxia type 3 (SCA-3) and episodic ataxia type 2 (EA-2) -- Modelling drug modulation of nystagmus -- Aminopyridines for the treatment of cerebellar and ocular motor disorders -- Baclofen, motion sickness susceptibility and the neural basis for velocity storage -- Oculomotor deficits indicate the progression of Huntington's Disease -- Eye movements in visual search indicate impaired saliency processing in Parkinson's disease -- Ocular motor anatomy in a case of interrupted saccades -- Mechanism of interrupted saccades in patients with late-onset Tay-Sachs disease -- Conjugacy of horizontal saccades -- The neuroanatomical basis of slow saccades in spinocerebellar ataxia type 2 (Wadia-subtype) -- Selective, circuit-wide sparring of floccular connections in hereditary olivopontine cerebellar atrophy with slow saccades -- A quick look at slow saccades after cardiac surgery -- Eye and head torsion is affected in patients with midbrain lesions -- Horizontal saccadic palsy associated with gliosis of the brainstem midline.
Offers examples of how eye movements can be used to address a broad range of research questions. This volume focuses on extraocular muscle, highlighting various concepts of proprioceptive control that involve even the cerebral cortex. It also illustrates implications for disorders as diverse as opsoclonus, and congenital scoliosis with gaze palsy.
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