François Klam

"François Klam"
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McCollum G, Klam F, Graf W. (2012) Face-infringement space: the frame of reference of the ventral intraparietal area. Biological Cybernetics. 106: 219-39
Klam F, Zemel RS, Pouget A. (2008) Population coding with motion energy filters: the impact of correlations. Neural Computation. 20: 146-75
Ugolini G, Klam F, Doldan Dans M, et al. (2006) Horizontal eye movement networks in primates as revealed by retrograde transneuronal transfer of rabies virus: differences in monosynaptic input to "slow" and "fast" abducens motoneurons. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 498: 762-85
Klam F, Graf W. (2006) Discrimination between active and passive head movements by macaque ventral and medial intraparietal cortex neurons. The Journal of Physiology. 574: 367-86
Graf W, Klam F. (2006) The vestibular system: functional and comparative anatomy, evolution and development | Le système vestibulaire : anatomie fonctionnelle et comparée, évolution et développement Comptes Rendus - Palevol. 5: 637-655
Klam F, Graf W. (2003) Vestibular signals of posterior parietal cortex neurons during active and passive head movements in macaque monkeys. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1004: 271-82
Klam F, Graf W. (2003) Vestibular response kinematics in posterior parietal cortex neurons of macaque monkeys. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 18: 995-1010
Bremmer F, Klam F, Duhamel JR, et al. (2002) Visual-vestibular interactive responses in the macaque ventral intraparietal area (VIP). The European Journal of Neuroscience. 16: 1569-86
Klam F, Petit J, Grantyn A, et al. (2001) Predictive elements in ocular interception and tracking of a moving target by untrained cats. Experimental Brain Research. 139: 233-47
Wexler M, Klam F. (2001) Movement prediction and movement production. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 27: 48-64
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