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Multisensory Control of Movement

Alain Berthoz

Abstract

Truly international, this extensive text combines the efforts of eight laboratories from seven countries in investigating the study of problems of manipulation, orienting, and navigating in humans and animals. The multidisciplinary approach places the study of multisensory control of movement in a three-dimensional frame, with reference to computer models and neuronal mechanisms.

Keywords: manipulation, orienting, navigating, multisensory control, movement, computer models, neuronal mechanisms, humans, animals, three-dimensional frame

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 1993 Print ISBN-13: 9780198547853
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012 DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198547853.001.0001

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Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Alain Berthoz, editor
Collège de France, Paris

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Front Matter

General introduction

Alain Berthoz

part I Stabilizing Gaze

A.General properties

B. Vestibular aspects

3 Three-dimensional anisotropy of vestibulo-ocular reflex in rhesus monkeys

Dominik Straumann, Quing Yué, Naomi Kawachi, and Volker Henn

4 Otolith contribution to gaze stabilization

Bernhard Hess, and Dora Angelaki

C. Visual aspects

Part II Orienting Gaze

A. Behavioural aspects and neuronal mechanisms

8 Orienting gaze: a brief survey

Andre Roucoux, and Marc Crommelinck

9 Behavioural aspects of cats’ saccades

Marcus Missal, Marc Crommelinck, and André Roucoux

10 Saccade–VOR interaction in orienting gaze

Ignace Bottemanne, Philippe LefÈvre, Marc Crommelinck, and André Roucoux

12 Control of gaze by tectal and reticular projection neurones

Alexej Grantyn, Alain Berthoz, Etienne Olivier, and Mireille Chat

13 Feedback in collicular control of eye and head movements

Olivier Hardy, Jacques Mirenowicz, and Jocelyne Corvisier

B. Models

14 Models of the gaze orienting system: a brief survey

Jan Van Gisbergen, John Van Opstal, Alain Berthoz, and Philippe LefÈvre

15 A neural network model for supracollicular transformations

Jan Van Gisbergen, Karin Krommenhoek, and John Van Opstal

16 Experimental test of two models for the role of monkey superior colliculus in 3D saccade generation

John Van Opstal, Klaus Hepp, Bernhard Hess, Dominik Straumann, and Volker Henn

Part III Arm movements

20 Planning and control of limb impedance

Francesco Lacquaniti, Mauro Carrozzo, and Nunzio Borghese

21 Feedback and feedforward mechanisms for the control of multijointed limbs

Francesco Lacquaniti, Mauro Carrozzo, and Nunzio Borghese

22 Frames of reference used in goal-directed arm movement

Sylvie Vanden Abeele, Marc Crommelinck, and André Roucoux

23 The role of vision in tuning anticipatory motor responses of the limbs

Francesco Lacquaniti, Mauro Carrozzo, and Nunzio Borghese

24 Issues in perceptuo-motor coordination

Paolo Viviani, Natale Stucchi, and Gérard Laissard

Part IV Fusion of sensors and navigation

26 Vestibular compensation and its consequences for spatial orientation

Catherine de Waele, Nicole Chapuis, Marielle Krimm, Nicolas Vibert, Alain Berthoz, and Pierre-paul Vidal

27 Neural processing of stereopsis as a function of viewing distance

Yves Trotter, Brigitte Stricanne, Simona Celebrini, Simon Thorpe, and Michel Imbert

28 Application of the coherence scheme to the multisensory fusion problem

Jacques Droulez, and Valérie Cornilleau-pélèl

End Matter