lecture7-08 - Lab Reports Introduction Development of eye...

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Lab Reports: Introduction: Development of eye trackers Why study eye movements Goal of current experiment Terminology - Focus/fixate Results: Describe what you measured. Justify choice of measure. Describing Figs in the text. Standard error of the mean Discussion: Why are the results interesting?
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Reaching and Grasping: what problems does the brain have to solve?
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FEF Reach Grasp V1 V5(MT/MST) Somatosensory ctx
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Supplementary motor ctx Pre-motor cortex Posterior parietal ctx Primary motor ctx Proprioceptive signals (muscles, joints) Spinal feedback: 30-50 msec 80 msec Target selection Muscle commands Cortico-spinal tract Initiation of movement Smoothness, timing Learning new skills Monitor feedback Planning/ sequences “Efferent copy” ?? M1 Selection of trajectory Activity prior to movement eyes Somatosensory ctx Visual consequences of movement
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Photoreceptors         ganglion cells        LGN primary visual cortex        posterior parietal ctx
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2008 for the course PSY 341K taught by Professor Gilden during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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