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Otto-Joachim Grüsser

Berlin, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
"Otto-Joachim Grüsser"
Mean distance: 13.78 (cluster 29)


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Richard Jung grad student 1954-1956
Marcel Verzeano post-doc UCLA


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Frans AJ Verstraten collaborator 1991-1994 Utrecht
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Schlosser HG, Guldin WO, Grüsser OJ. (2001) Tuning in caudal fastigial nucleus units during natural and galvanic labyrinth stimulation. Neuroreport. 12: 1443-7
Verstraten FA, Fredericksen RE, Grüsser OJ, et al. (1994) Recovery from motion adaptation is delayed by successively presented orthogonal motion. Vision Research. 34: 1149-55
Grüsser OJ, Pause M, Schreiter U. (1990) Localization and responses of neurones in the parieto-insular vestibular cortex of awake monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). The Journal of Physiology. 430: 537-57
Akbarian S, Berndl K, Grüsser OJ, et al. (1988) Responses of single neurons in the parietoinsular vestibular cortex of primates. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 545: 187-202
Curio G, Grüsser OJ. (1985) Visual-vestibular interaction studied with stroboscopically illuminated visual patterns. Experimental Brain Research. 58: 294-304
Collewijn H, Curio G, Grüsser OJ. (1982) Spatially selective visual attention and generation of eye pursuit movements. Experiments with sigma-movement. Human Neurobiology. 1: 129-39
van de Grind W, Grüsser OJ. (1981) Frequency transfer properties of cat retina horizontal cells. Vision Research. 21: 1565-72
Adler B, Collewijn H, Curio G, et al. (1981) Sigma-movement and sigma-nystagmus: a new tool to investigate the gaze-pursuit system and visual-movement perception in man and monkey. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 374: 284-302
Foerster MH, van de Grind WA, Grüsser OJ. (1977) The response of cat horizontal cells to flicker stimuli of different area, intensity and frequency. Experimental Brain Research. 29: 367-85
Foerster MH, van de Grind WA, Grüsser OJ. (1977) Frequency transfer properties of three distinct types of cat horizontal cells. Experimental Brain Research. 29: 347-66
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