Aaron L. Cecala

Biology Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA, United States 
Behavioral Neuroscience, Motor Control, Eye-Head Coordination
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Edward G. Freedman grad student 2009 Rochester
 (Head-unrestrained primate gaze adaptation.)
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Goffart L, Cecala AL, Gandhi NJ. (2017) The superior colliculus and the steering of saccades toward a moving visual target. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00506.2017
Cecala AL. (2016) Introducing Students to Subcortical Sensory, Motor, and Cognitive Processes Associated with Saccades using a Series of Papers by Goldberg and Wurtz. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education : June : a Publication of Fun, Faculty For Undergraduate Neuroscience. 15: R4-R11
Benjamin B, Macomb C, Martin A, et al. (2016) Preliminary Report: Can color act as a contextual cue in human saccadic adaptation? Bios. 87: 9-20
Goffart L, Cecala A, Gandhi N. (2016) Does the saccade-related burst in the superior colliculus convey commands related to the future location of a moving target ? Journal of Vision. 16: 98
Cecala AL, Smalianchuk I, Khanna SB, et al. (2015) Context cue-dependent saccadic adaptation in rhesus macaques cannot be elicited using color. Journal of Neurophysiology. 114: 570-84
Cecala AL. (2014) Using a classic paper by Bell as a platform for discussing the role of corollary discharge-like signals in sensory perception and movement control. Advances in Physiology Education. 38: 12-9
Cecala AL. (2012) Using a classic paper by Evarts as a platform for discussing cortical control of skeletal muscle in awake, behaving primates. Advances in Physiology Education. 36: 246-50
Cecala AL, Freedman EG. (2009) Head-unrestrained gaze adaptation in the rhesus macaque. Journal of Neurophysiology. 101: 164-83
Freedman EG, Cecala AL. (2008) Oblique gaze shifts: head movements reveal new aspects of component coupling. Progress in Brain Research. 171: 323-30
Cecala AL, Freedman EG. (2008) Amplitude changes in response to target displacements during human eye-head movements. Vision Research. 48: 149-66
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