Eye movements evoked by simultaneous stimulation of two sites in superior colliculus
- The authors measured eye movements evoked by electrical stimulation delivered simultaneously to two sites in the superior colliculus of nonhuman primates. The effects of current frequency and intensity on movement trajectories are available. The data are potentially useful for understanding algorithms for decoding movement commands from population activity in the superior colliculus.
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