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Albert F. Fuchs

University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Oculomotor system
"Albert Fuchs"
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Soetedjo R, Kojima Y, Fuchs AF. (2019) How Cerebellar Motor Learning Keeps Saccades Accurate. Journal of Neurophysiology
Kojima Y, Fuchs AF, Soetedjo R. (2015) Adaptation and adaptation transfer characteristics of five different saccade types in the monkey. Journal of Neurophysiology. 114: 125-37
Nie K, Ling L, Bierer SM, et al. (2013) An experimental vestibular neural prosthesis: design and preliminary results with rhesus monkeys stimulated with modulated pulses. Ieee Transactions On Bio-Medical Engineering. 60: 1685-92
Bierer SM, Ling L, Nie K, et al. (2012) Auditory outcomes following implantation and electrical stimulation of the semicircular canals. Hearing Research. 287: 51-6
Kojima Y, Soetedjo R, Fuchs AF. (2011) Effect of inactivation and disinhibition of the oculomotor vermis on saccade adaptation. Brain Research. 1401: 30-9
Kojima Y, Soetedjo R, Fuchs AF. (2010) Behavior of the oculomotor vermis for five different types of saccade. Journal of Neurophysiology. 104: 3667-76
Kojima Y, Soetedjo R, Fuchs AF. (2010) Effects of GABA agonist and antagonist injections into the oculomotor vermis on horizontal saccades. Brain Research. 1366: 93-100
Kojima Y, Soetedjo R, Fuchs AF. (2010) Changes in simple spike activity of some Purkinje cells in the oculomotor vermis during saccade adaptation are appropriate to participate in motor learning. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 3715-27
Fuchs AF, Brettler S, Ling L. (2010) Head-free gaze shifts provide further insights into the role of the medial cerebellum in the control of primate saccadic eye movements. Journal of Neurophysiology. 103: 2158-73
Hopp JJ, Fuchs AF. (2010) Identifying sites of saccade amplitude plasticity in humans: transfer of adaptation between different types of saccade. Experimental Brain Research. 202: 129-45
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