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245 00 Neurobiology of eye movements|h[electronic resource] :
       |bfrom molecules to behavior /|cedited by Henry J. 
       Kaminski and R. John Leigh 
260    New York, N.Y. :|bNew York Academy of Sciences,|cc2002 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 615 p.) :|bill. 
490 1  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ;|vv. 956 
500    Based on a conference held on October 4-6, 2001, in 
       Cleveland, Ohio 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 20 |tForeword --|tA personal introduction to eye movements --
       |gPt. I.|tExtraocular muscle and orbital tissues --
       |tExtraocular muscle --|tOrbital pulley system --
       |tmechanisms of eye movements: implications of the 
       "orbital revolution" --|tDifferential susceptibility of 
       the ocular motor system to disease --|tApplications of 
       molecular genetics to the understanding of congenital 
       ocular motility disorders --|tCalcium channelopathy 
       mutants and their role in ocular motor research --|gPt. 
       II.|tBrainstem mechanisms for controlling gaze --|tModern 
       concepts of brainstem anatomy: from extraocular 
       motoneurons to proprioceptive pathways --|tStudies of the 
       role of the paramedian pontine reticular formation in the 
       control of head-restrained and head-unrestrained gaze 
       shifts --|tContribution of superior colliculus and the 
       mesencephalic reticular formation to gaze control --
       |tNeural discharge in the superior colliculus during 
       target search paradigms --|tMidbrain disorders of vertical
       gaze --|gPt. III.|tCerebellar mechanisms of controlling 
       gaze --|tCerebellar influences on saccade plasticity --
       |tDistributed model of collicular and cerebellar function 
       during saccades --|tCerebellar contribution to eye 
       movements based upon lesions: binocular three-axis control
       and the translational vestibulo-ocular reflex --|tSpatial 
       orientation of caloric nystagmus --|gPt. IV.|tCerebral and
       basal ganglionic influences on gaze control --|tRole of 
       the lateral intraparietal area of the monkey in the 
       generation of saccades and visuospatial attention --
       |tEffects of cortical lesions on saccadic eye movements in
       humans --|tVisual-vestibular and visuovisual cortical 
       interaction: new insights from fMRI and PET --|tScanpaths:
       the path to understanding abnormal cognitive processing in
       neurologic disease --|tAntisaccades and task switching: 
       studies of control processes in saccadic function in 
       normal subjects and schizophrenic patients --|gPt. V.
       |tBinocular aspects of gaze control --|tNeural mechanisms 
       for the control of vergence eye movements --|tNeural basis
       of disjunctive eye movements --|tPopulation coding in 
       cortical area MST --|tAdaptive control of vergence in 
       humans --|gPt. VI.|tVertigo, nystagmus, and other 
       disorders that disrupt clear vision --|tInferior 
       vestibular neuritis --|tOtolith function: basis for modern
       testing --|tVergence-mediated modulation of the human 
       horizontal angular VOR provides evidence of pathway-
       specific changes in VOR dynamics --|tGenetics of familial 
       episodic vertigo and ataxia --|tAnimal models for visual 
       deprivation-induced strabismus and nystagmus --
       |tNeurobiological approach to acquired nystagmus --
       |tPoster papers 
650  0 Neurobiology|vCongresses 
650  0 Eye|xMovements|xRegulation|vCongresses 
650 12 Eye Movements|xphysiology|vCongresses 
650 22 Ocular Motility Disorders|vCongresses 
650 22 Neurobiology|xmethods|vCongresses 
700 1  Kaminski, Henry J 
700 1  Leigh, R. John 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tNeurobiology of eye movements.|dNew York,
       N.Y. : New York Academy of Sciences, 2002|w(DLC)  
       2002002393 
830  0 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ;|vv. 956 
856 40 |uhttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/
       nyas.2002.956.issue-1/issuetoc|zeBook(Wiley)