Rolf Boch

"Rolf Boch"
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Burkhart Fischer grad student 1983 University of Freiburg
 (Zur Vorbereitung gezielter Blickbewegungen durch Neurone im visuellen Assoziationskortex dressierter Rhesusaffen (Macaca mulatta))
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Boch RA, Goldberg ME. (1989) Participation of prefrontal neurons in the preparation of visually guided eye movements in the rhesus monkey. Journal of Neurophysiology. 61: 1064-84
Fischer B, Boch R. (1989) Chapter 4 Volitional Eye Movements and their Relationship to Visual Attention Advances in Psychology. 62: 63-72
Boch R. (1986) Behavioral modulation of neuronal activity in monkey striate cortex: excitation in the absence of active central fixation. Experimental Brain Research. 64: 610-4
Boch R, Fischer B. (1986) Further observations on the occurrence of express-saccades in the monkey. Experimental Brain Research. 63: 487-94
Fischer B, Boch R. (1985) Peripheral attention versus central fixation: modulation of the visual activity of prelunate cortical cells of the rhesus monkey. Brain Research. 345: 111-23
Fischer B, Boch R, Ramsperger E. (1984) Express-saccades of the monkey: effect of daily training on probability of occurrence and reaction time. Experimental Brain Research. 55: 232-42
Boch R, Fischer B, Ramsperger E. (1984) Express-saccades of the monkey: reaction times versus intensity, size, duration, and eccentricity of their targets. Experimental Brain Research. 55: 223-31
Fischer B, Boch R. (1984) Express-Saccades of the Monkey: A New Type of Visually Guided Rapid Eye Movements After Extremely Short Reaction Times Advances in Psychology. 22: 403-408
Boch R, Fischer B. (1983) Saccadic reaction times and activation of the prelunate cortex: parallel observations in trained rhesus monkeys. Experimental Brain Research. 50: 201-10
Fischer B, Boch R. (1983) Saccadic eye movements after extremely short reaction times in the monkey. Brain Research. 260: 21-6
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