Eye Movements and Motion Perception

9th Symposium: May 29-31, 1975

Visual Perception of Motion
Chair: Allan Pantle

Herschel W. Leibowitz & Chris A. Johnson, Pennsylvania State University
Two systems for the perception of movement

A. Clymer & Leonard Matin, Columbia University
Perception of velocity during movement aftereffect: Requirements for a multiple-channels model

Robert Sekuler, Northwestern University
Analysis and synthesis in motion perception

Stuart Anstis, Bristol University, England
Phi movement, and induced movement

Robert C. Emerson, University of Rochester
Response of cortical movement analyzers to movement and sequences of flashes

John R. Tuttle, University of Rochester
Motion detection in the retina

Perception of a Stable World
Chair: Ralph Haber

Adriana Fiorentini & Lamberto Maffei, CNR, Italy
Perception of tilt and neural correlates

Andrew E. Kertesz, Northwestern University
The central component of cyclofusional response

Leonard Matin, Columbia University
Stabilization of visual direction during saccades and pursuit movement

Richard Held, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Effects of visual fields rotating around the line of sight

Johannes Dichgans, University of Freiburg, West Germany
Rotation of visual fields and observers around a vertical axis: Circular vection

Lawrence R. Young, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Linear vection and circular vection: Dynamic characteristics and vestibular constraints

Pontine Oculomotor Mechanisms
Chair: D. A. Robinson

Ann Graybiel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Anatomical pathways in the brain stem oculomotor system

Robert Baker, University of Iowa
The electrophysiology of vestibulo-ocular connections in the cat

Albert Fuchs, University of Washington
The behavior of vestibular nucleus neurons during voluntary eye movement and adequate canal stimulation

Steve Highstein, C.R.S. Kaneko, A. Steinaker, B. Cohen, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Synaptic linkage of reticulo-oculomotor pathways in the cat

Edward Keller, University of California, Berkeley
Comparison of vestibular and reticular unit activity in alert monkey

Jordan Pola, New York State College of Optometry
Eye movement and vestibular activity of MLF fibers in the alert monkey

Cerebellar Regulation of Eye Movements
Chair: Peter Schiller

G. Melvill Jones, McGill University
Optimization in the control of eye movements

David A. Robinson, Johns Hopkins University
Gain control of the vestibulo-ocular reflex by the cerebellum of the cat

Masao Ito, University of Tokyo
Short-term and long-term control of the vestibulo-ocular reflex by the cerebellum in the rabbit

Rodolfo Llinas, K. Epstein, & D. Hillman, University of Iowa
The role of the inferior olive in motor reorganization

L. Ritchie, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The effects of cerebellar lesions on saccadic eye movements

F. A. Miles, National Institutes of Health
The primate flocculus and smooth pursuit eye movements

Visual-Vestibular Interactions
Chair: J.L. Brown

S. Lisberger, University of Washington
Role of the flocculus in short-term modification of the vestibulo-ocular reflex

Volker Henn, University of Zurich
Influence of moving visual stimuli on vestibular neurons

Bernard Cohen, Mt. Sinai Medical School
The influence of cerebellar and vestibular lesions on vestibular and optokinetic nystagmus

Han Collewijn, Erasmus University
Optokinetic (after) nystagmus, labyrinthectomy, and oculomotor models in the rabbit

M. Jeannerod & A. Berthoz, Laboratory of Experimental Neuropsychology
The development of the vestibulo-ocular reflex in visually deprived cats

Alexander A. Skavenski, Northeastern University, B. J. Winterson & Robert M. Steinman, University of Maryland
The Minivor--a natural means of stabilizing retinal image motion--how good is it?

Stephen S. Easter, University of Michigan
Visual-vestibular interactions in control of eye movements in fish

Organizing Committee:
Leonard Matin
David A. Robinson
John Lott Brown