Vision, Movement, and The Monkey Brain
We find it effortless to reach toward or avoid nearby objects. However, the spatial and visuo-motor computations must be quite complicated, especially since our eyes, head, limbs, body, and the objects themselves 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?
The Association Cortex: Structure and Function
Harwood Academic Publishers