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How is spatial information encoded, stored and transformed in the brain?
How do neurons make stimulus discriminations?
We can switch rapidly between different tasks, though a task such as task-switching carries a price. Do monkeys show comparable behavior? How are tasks represented, and how is task switching implemented?
The vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) is an excellent model system for studying spatial representations and sensory to motor transformations.
Functional MRI using monkey subjects