Effects of frontal eye field and superior colliculus ablations on eye movements.
Schiller PH; True SD; Conway JL
Science, 1979 Nov, 206:4418, 590-2
Two parallel neural pathways are primarily responsible for the control of saccadic eye movements--one mediated through the frontal eye fields and the other through the superior colliculus. When both pathways are disrupted, control of saccadic eye movements is lost. Disruption of either pathway alone produces only subtle deficits.
|Unique Identifier|| 80036437 |
|Publication Type|| JOURNAL ARTICLE |
|ISSN || 0036-8075 |
|Country of Publication || UNITED STATES |