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Prism adaptation alters spatial remapping in healthy individuals: evidence from double-step saccades.

Abstract:

The visual system is able to represent and integrate large amounts of information as we move our gaze across a scene. This process, called spatial remapping, enables the construction of a stable representation of our visual environment despite constantly changing retinal images. Converging evidence implicates the parietal lobes in this process, with the right hemisphere having a dominant role. Indeed, lesions to the right parietal lobe (e.g., leading to hemispatial neglect) frequently result ...

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Bultitude, JH More by this author
Van der Stigchel, S More by this author
Nijboer, TC More by this author
Journal:
Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior
Volume:
49
Issue:
3
Pages:
759-770
Publication date:
2013-03-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1973-8102
ISSN:
0010-9452
URN:
uuid:8faa1760-70b2-4b8e-b3be-ef4f2b61e3e4
Source identifiers:
316362
Local pid:
pubs:316362

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