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Human Systems Integration Division psychophysiology, telerobotics, virtual environments, vision science, and visuomotor control.
Barry E. Stein Jiang H, Stein BE, and McHaffie JG Opposing basal ganglia processes shape midbrain visuomotor activity bilaterally. Nature 423:982-986, 2003.
Patient DF It is safe to say that “behavioural dissociation between action and perception, coupled with the neuroanatomical and functional neuroimaging findings suggest that the preserved visual control of grasping in DF is mediated by relatively intact visuomotor networks in her dorsal stream, whereas her failure to perceive the form of objects is a consequence of damage to her ventral stream”.
Melvyn A. Goodale Melvyn Alan Goodale, PhD, FRSC, FRS is a Canadian neuroscientist. He is Director of the Brain and Mind Institute at the University of Western Ontario where he holds the Canada Research Chair in Visual Neuroscience. He holds appointments in the Departments of Psychology, Physiology & Pharmacology, and Ophthalmology at Western. Goodale's research focuses on the neural substrates of visual perception and visuomotor control.
James Cook University Hospital In November 2012, a new 3T MRI scanner was opened, in the Neurosciences department. This is a partnership between the hospital and Durham University and in addition to clinical work will undertake research into various aspects of cognition such as sensory perception, visuomotor control, emotions, memory, schizophrenia, decision making, and gender differences.
Observational learning Recent research in neuroscience has implicated mirror neurons as a neurophysiological basis for observational learning. These specialized visuomotor neurons fire action potentials when an individual performs a motor task and also fire when an individual passively observes another individual performing the same motor task. In observational motor learning, the process begins with a visual presentation of another individual performing a motor task, this acts as a model. The learner then needs to transform the observed visual information into internal motor commands that will allow them to perform the motor task, this is known as visuomotor transformation. Mirror neuron networks provide a mechanism for visuo-motor and motor-visual transformation and interaction. Similar networks of mirror neurons have also been implicated in social learning, motor cognition and social cognition.
Scrambler mouse In addition to motor deficits, adult Dab1-scm mutants are characterized by anomalies in grooming behavior, in particular shorter grooming bouts than non-ataxic controls of the same background strain, though they display the normal cephalocaudal sequence of grooming anterior body parts (face washing and forelimb licking) prior to posterior parts.Dab1-scm mutants are also characterized by reduced spontaneous alternation rates and deficits in visuomotor control while swimming towards a visible platform.
Ideokinesis Ideokinesis was originally developed as a form of mental practice for injured dancers, but some dance schools have integrated it into a standard somatics protocol for all dancers because it is thought to optimize motor control and performance by using periods of rest constructively. Known among followers as "the Work", "ideokinesis" is sometimes used interchangeably with other terms, such as "mental practice", "mental rehearsal", "visuomotor behavior rehearsal", "covert rehearsal", and "ideokinetic facilitation", among others.
Chemoaffinity hypothesis Sperry concluded that each individual optic nerve and tectal neuron used some form of chemical marker which dictated their connectivity during development. He reasoned that when the eye had been rotated, each optic fiber and each tectal neuron possessed cytochemical labels that uniquely denoted their neuronal type and position and that optic fibers could utilize these labels to selectively navigate to their matching target cell, hence the visuomotor impairment.
Patient DF Patient DF’s brain damage resulted from hypoxia due to carbon monoxide poisoning. The lateral occipital cortex in her brain is severely damaged and shows no activation presented with line drawings of common objects where healthy people usually do. There is also some shrinkage in the intraparietal sulcus, often implicated in the dorsal stream for visuomotor control. The fusiform face area is intact. This would suggest the problem in DF’s perception is disconnectivity between higher and lower order functioning.