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Neuronal correlates of metacognition in primate frontal cortex.
Humans are metacognitive: they monitor and control their cognition. Our hypothesis was that neuronal correlates of metacognition reside in the same brain areas responsible for cognition, including frontal cortex. Recent ...
Neuronal adaptation: Delay compensation at the level of single neurons?
(Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2008-04-01)
Saccades divide visual input into rapid, discontinuous periods of stimulation on the retina. The response of single neurons to such sequential stimuli is neuronal adaptation; a robust first response followed by ...
Corollary discharge circuits for stabilizing visual perception
Diminishment of respiratory sinus arrhythmia foreshadows doxorubicin-induced cardiomyopathy.
BACKGROUND: The development of a microcomputer-based device permits quick, simple, and noninvasive quantification of the respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA) during quiet breathing. METHODS AND RESULTS: We prospectively and ...
Corollary discharge across the animal kingdom.
(Nat Rev Neurosci, 2008-08)
Our movements can hinder our ability to sense the world. Movements can induce sensory input (for example, when you hit something) that is indistinguishable from the input that is caused by external agents (for example, when ...
The Dialogue Between Cerebral Cortex and Superior Colliculus: Implications for Saccadic Target Selection and Corollary Discharge
(The Visual Neurosciences, 2003)
Neural Network Evidence for the Coupling of Presaccadic Visual Remapping to Predictive Eye Position Updating.
(Front Comput Neurosci, 2016)
As we look around a scene, we perceive it as continuous and stable even though each saccadic eye movement changes the visual input to the retinas. How the brain achieves this perceptual stabilization is unknown, but a major ...
Dynamics of visual receptive fields in the macaque frontal eye field.
(J Neurophysiol, 2015-12)
Neuronal receptive fields (RFs) provide the foundation for understanding systems-level sensory processing. In early visual areas, investigators have mapped RFs in detail using stochastic stimuli and sophisticated analytical ...
Cognitive control of movement via the cerebellar-recipient thalamus.
(Front Syst Neurosci, 2013-10-01)
The cognitive control of behavior was long considered to be centralized in cerebral cortex. More recently, subcortical structures such as cerebellum and basal ganglia have been implicated in cognitive functions as well. ...
How the visual system monitors where the eyes will move
(Journal of Vision, 2009-12-01)