Carol K. Peck

University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, United States 
visual and ocular motor systems
"Carol Peck"

Ph.D. UCLA, 1969, Donald B. Lindsley, advisor
trained Ph.D students Laura Barnes, Kent Harrington and Brian Foutch

Mean distance: 14.22 (cluster 29)
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Harrington LK, Bassi CJ, Peck CK. (2005) Luminous efficiency and the measurement of daytime displays, signals, and visors. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 76: 448-55
Harrington LK, Peck CK. (1998) Spatial disparity affects visual-auditory interactions in human sensorimotor processing. Experimental Brain Research. 122: 247-52
Yao L, Peck CK. (1997) Saccadic eye movements to visual and auditory targets. Experimental Brain Research. 115: 25-34
Peck CK, Baro JA. (1997) Discharge patterns of neurons in the rostral superior colliculus of cat: activity related to fixation of visual and auditory targets. Experimental Brain Research. 113: 291-302
Peck CK. (1996) Visual-auditory integration in cat superior colliculus: implications for neuronal control of the orienting response. Progress in Brain Research. 112: 167-77
Peck CK, Baro JA, Warder SM. (1995) Effects of eye position on saccadic eye movements and on the neuronal responses to auditory and visual stimuli in cat superior colliculus. Experimental Brain Research. 103: 227-42
Baro JA, Hughes HC, Peck CK. (1995) Express saccades in cat: effects of task and target modality. Experimental Brain Research. 103: 209-17
Peck CK, Baro JA, Warder SM. (1993) Sensory integration in the deep layers of superior colliculus. Progress in Brain Research. 95: 91-102
Peck CK. (1990) Neuronal activity related to head and eye movements in cat superior colliculus. The Journal of Physiology. 421: 79-104
Peck CK. (1989) Visual responses of neurones in cat superior colliculus in relation to fixation of targets. The Journal of Physiology. 414: 301-15
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