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Comparison of neural activity preceding reaches to auditory and visual stimuli in the parietal
 

Summary: Comparison of neural activity preceding reaches
to auditory and visual stimuli in the parietal
reach region
Yale E. Cohen,1,2,CA
Aaron P. Batista1,3
and Richard A. Andersen1
1
Division of Biology, 216-76,Caltech, Pasadena,CA 91125,USA; 2
Present Address: Department of Psychological and Brain Science and Center for
Cognitive Neuroscience, 6207 Moore, 3 Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755,USA; 3
Present Address: Howard Hughes Medical Institute and
Stanford University School of Medicine, Fairchild Bldg., Rm.D209, Stanford,CA 94305-5125,USA
CA,2
Corresponding Author and Address
Received 27 February 2002; accepted11March 2002
We examined theresponses of neuronsin theparietalreachregion
(PRR) during reaches to the remembered locations of auditory or
visual stimuli. We found that the óring rate of PRR neurons con-
tained information about the location of auditory and visual
stimuli.For neurons tested with visual stimuli, the amount of infor-

  

Source: Andersen, Richard - Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine