Daniel Guitton
Daniel Guitton
Professor of Neuroscience, McGill University
Verified email at mcgill.ca
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Frontal lobe lesions in man cause difficulties in suppressing reflexive glances and in generating goal-directed saccades
D Guitton, HA Buchtel, RM Douglas
Experimental brain research 58 (3), 455-472, 1985
12031985
Gaze control in humans: eye-head coordination during orienting movements to targets within and beyond the oculomotor range
D Guitton, M Volle
Journal of neurophysiology 58 (3), 427-459, 1987
5791987
Gaze control in the cat: studies and modeling of the coupling between orienting eye and head movements in different behavioral tasks
D Guitton, DP Munoz, HL Galiana
Journal of Neurophysiology 64 (2), 509-531, 1990
3391990
Stimulation of the superior colliculus in the alert cat
A Roucoux, D Guitton, M Crommelinck
Experimental Brain Research 39 (1), 75-85, 1980
2661980
Control of orienting gaze shifts by the tectoreticulospinal system in the head-free cat. III. Spatiotemporal characteristics of phasic motor discharges
DP Munoz, D Guitton, D Pelisson
Journal of Neurophysiology 66 (5), 1642-1666, 1991
2351991
Stimulation of the superior colliculus in the alert cat
D Guitton, M Crommelinck, A Roucoux
Experimental Brain Research 39 (1), 63-73, 1980
2331980
Movement of neural activity on the superior colliculus motor map during gaze shifts
DP Munoz, D Pelisson, D Guitton
Science 251 (4999), 1358-1360, 1991
2281991
A mixed-signal multichip neural recording interface with bandwidth reduction
B Gosselin, AE Ayoub, JF Roy, M Sawan, F Lepore, A Chaudhuri, ...
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems 3 (3), 129-141, 2009
2152009
Eye-head coordination in cats
D Guitton, RM Douglas, M Volle
Journal of Neurophysiology 52 (6), 1030-1050, 1984
1911984
Control of orienting gaze shifts by the tectoreticulospinal system in the head-free cat. II. Sustained discharges during motor preparation and fixation
DP Munoz, D Guitton
Journal of Neurophysiology 66 (5), 1624-1641, 1991
1841991
Visual, vestibular and voluntary contributions to human head stabilization
D Guitton, RE Kearney, N Wereley, BW Peterson
Experimental brain research 64 (1), 59-69, 1986
1801986
Control of eye—head coordination during orienting gaze shifts
D Guitton
Trends in neurosciences 15 (5), 174-179, 1992
1751992
Gaze shifts evoked by stimulation of the superior colliculus in the head-free cat conform to the motor map but also depend on stimulus strength and fixation activity
M Par, M Crommelinck, D Guitton
Experimental brain research 101 (1), 123-139, 1994
1271994
Central Organization and Modeling of Eye‐Head Coordination during Orienting Gaze Shiftsa
HL Galiana, D Guitton
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 656 (1), 452-471, 1992
1271992
The fixation area of the cat superior colliculus: effects of electrical stimulation and direct connection with brainstem omnipause neurons
M Par, D Guitton
Experimental Brain Research 101 (1), 109-122, 1994
1241994
Frontal oculomotor area in alert cat: I. Eye movements and neck activity evoked by stimulation.
D Guitton, G Mandl
Brain Research, 1978
1231978
Fixation and orientation control by the tecto-reticulo-spinal system in the cat whose head is unrestrained.
DP Munoz, D Guitton
Revue neurologique 145 (8-9), 567-579, 1989
1201989
Brain and space
D Guitton, DP Munoz, D Pelisson, J Paillard
1111991
Visual-motor transformations required for accurate and kinematically correct saccades
JD Crawford, D Guitton
Journal of Neurophysiology 78 (3), 1447-1467, 1997
1071997
Control of orienting gaze shifts by the tectoreticulospinal system in the head-free cat. I. Identification, localization, and effects of behavior on sensory responses
D Guitton, DP Munoz
Journal of Neurophysiology 66 (5), 1605-1623, 1991
921991
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