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Superior Colliculus

The superior colliculus

superior colliculus n.

The Superior Colliculus

superior colliculus n.

Attentional Functions of the Superior Colliculus

Integrating information from different senses in the superior colliculus

Multisensory Plasticity in Superior Colliculus Neurons is Mediated by Association Cortex

Computational Models of Multisensory Integration in the Cat Superior Colliculus

The Superior Colliculus and Head Movements in the Cat

A new eye–head coordination model based on gaze velocity feedback to the superior colliculus

Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex Deactivation in Monkeys Reduces Preparatory Beta and Gamma Power in the Superior Colliculus

Neural Activity Profiles of the Neocortex and Superior Colliculus after Bimodal Sensory Stimulation

Macaque Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex Does not Suppress Saccade-Related Activity in the Superior Colliculus

Properties of Eye and Head Movements Evoked by Electrical Stimulation of the Monkey Superior Colliculus

Experimental test of two models for the role of monkey superior colliculus in 3D saccade generation

Projections to the Superior Colliculus From Inferior Parietal, Ventral Premotor, and Ventrolateral Prefrontal Areas Involved in Controlling Goal-Directed Hand Actions in the Macaque

Cortex Contacts both Output Neurons and Nitrergic Interneurons in the Superior Colliculus: Direct and Indirect Routes for Multisensory Integration

Axon Morphologies and Convergence Patterns of Projections from Different Sensory-Specific Cortices of the Anterior Ectosylvian Sulcus onto Multisensory Neurons in the Cat Superior Colliculus

 

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Either of two small hillock-shaped bumps on the tectum (the roof of the midbrain), above and in front of the inferior colliculi, receiving some optic tract nerve fibres that bypass the lateral geniculate nucleus, involved in processing spatial aspects of visual information and eye movements in the direction of visual attention. The four colliculi are collectively called the corpora quadrigemina. superior colliculi pl. [From Latin superior higher, from super above + colliculus a small hill from collis a hill]

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