Orientation in Space

17th Symposium: June 21-23, 1990

Program Speakers:

R. A. Andersen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Neural mechanisms for coordinate transformations

Dana Ballard, University of Rochester, Animate vision

Martin S. Banks, University of California, Berkeley, Optic flow and the perception of self motion and relative depth

Felice L. Bedford, University of Arizona, Constraints on learning mappings between spatial dimensions

Bruce Bridgeman, University of California, Santa Cruz, The role of efference in space constancy

Michael E. Goldberg, National Eye Institute, The maintenance of spatial accuracy by visual neurons in the monkey cerebral cortex

Ian P. Howard, York University, Visual-vestibular interactions in perceived stability

Marc Jeannerod, Bron, France, Effects on changing target location on prehension movements

W. Michael King, University of Rochester, Efference copy in the control of the vestibulo-ocular reflex

Dennis M. Levi, University of Houston, Lotze's local sign: a mechanism for judging distance

Stephen G. Lisberger, University of California, San Francisco, Visual motion signals supporting stabilization of gaze by pursuit eye movements

Laurence T. Maloney, New York University, Calibration of simple visual systems by comparison across eye movements

Brian J. Rogers, University of Oxford, Surface perception from disparity and parallax information

Andrew B. Schwartz, Barrow Neurological Institute, Motor cortical contributions to skilled movement

Martin J. Steinbach, Eye Research Institute of Ontario, Human eye muscle proprioception: its existence and its raison d'etre

William H. Warren, Brown University, Navigation from optical flow

Jeremy M. Wolfe, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "See as thou wast want to see" Aftereffects and the recalibration of visual percepts

Laurence R. Young, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Spatial orientation in weighlessness

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