Vestibuloocular reflex articles from across Nature Portfolio

The vestibuloocular reflex (VOR) is a compensatory process by which the eyes move in the opposite direction to that of the head, stabilizing the retinal image of a visual target. The VOR is driven primarily by the vestibular system.

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    Theory suggests that cerebellar granule cells combine sensory and motor signals originating from different sources. An unexpected logic governing how granule cells process different input sources may enhance computational power.

    • Nathaniel B Sawtell
    •  & L F Abbott
    Nature Neuroscience 18, 614-616