From eye to hand


Graziano, M. S. A., & Gross, C. G. (1995). From eye to hand. In J. King & K. H. Pribram (Ed.), Scale in Conscious Experience: Is the Brain too Important to be Left to Specialists to Study? (pp. 117-129) . Laurence Erlbaum Associates.
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How are we able to reach accurately toward objects near us and avoid ones that are approaching, even though the objects and our own eyes, head, limbs and body may be continually changing positions? How does the brain construct a representation of the visual space surrounding the body, and how does this representation guide movement?

Last updated on 05/07/2019