John Schlag

Affiliations: 
University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
oculomotor system
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Jean-Paul Joseph research assistant
Michael J. Pesavento research assistant 2001-2004 Brain Research Institute, UCLA
Paul Dassonville grad student UCLA
James H. Fuller grad student Brain Research Institute, UCLA
Nelly Amador grad student 2002 UCLA
Alexandre Pouget post-doc 1994-1996 UCLA
Junghyun Park post-doc 2000-2004 UCLA
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Schlag J. (2012) Visuo-motor control: when the brain loses track of the eyes. Current Biology : Cb. 22: R132-3
Schlag J, Schlag-Rey M. (2010) The internal eye position signal, psychophysics, and neurobiology Space and Time in Perception and Action. 9-18
Schlag J. (2010) Thalamus and Oculomotor Control Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 945-953
Schlag JD, Schlag-Rey M. (2009) Video game for monkeys. Neuron. 62: 608-9
Schlag J. (2007) Should the superficial superior colliculus be part of merker's mesodiencephalic system? Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 30: 105-106
Pesavento MJ, Schlag J. (2006) Transfer of learned perception of sensorimotor simultaneity. Experimental Brain Research. 174: 435-42
Park J, Schlag-Rey M, Schlag J. (2006) Frames of reference for saccadic command tested by saccade collision in the supplementary eye field. Journal of Neurophysiology. 95: 159-70
Amador N, Schlag-Rey M, Schlag J. (2004) Primate antisaccade. II. Supplementary eye field neuronal activity predicts correct performance. Journal of Neurophysiology. 91: 1672-89
Park J, Schlag-Rey M, Schlag J. (2003) Spatial localization precedes temporal determination in visual perception. Vision Research. 43: 1667-74
Park J, Schlag-Rey M, Schlag J. (2003) Voluntary action expands perceived duration of its sensory consequence. Experimental Brain Research. 149: 527-9
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