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(p. xv) List of Abbreviations

(p. xv) List of Abbreviations

2D

two-dimensional

3D

three-dimensional

AC

attentional capture

ACC

anterior cingulate cortex

ADHD

attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

AES

ectosylvian sulcus

AFC

alternative forced choiceAo

A

age of acquisition

AOS

accessory optic system

APB

2-amino-4-phosphonobutyric acid

AS

Asperger’s syndrome

ASD

autism spectrum disorder

BCI

brain–computer interface

BG

basal ganglia

BN

burst neuron

BOLD

blood oxygen-level dependent

BSS

blind source separation

BTN

burst-tonic neuron

CCN

central caudal nucleus

CDF

cumulative distribution function

CEF

cingulate eye field

CF

climbing fibre

cFN

caudal fastigial nucleus

CL

central lateral

CM

central median

CMAd

dorsal cingulate motor area

CMAr

rostral cingulate motor areas

CMAv

ventral cingulate motor areas

cMRF

central mesencephalic reticular formation

CNV

contingent negative variation

DA

dopamine

dLLBN

dorsal excitatory burst neuron

DLPFC

dorsolateral prefrontal cortex

DLPN

dorsolateral pontine nucleus

DPF

dorsal paraflocculus

dSC

deep layers of the superior colliculus

DTI

diffusion tensor imaging

dTMS

double-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation

DTN

dorsal terminal nucleus

EBN

excitatory burst neuron

EFRP

eye fixation-related potential

EFT

embedded figures test

EH

eye-head

eLLBN

excitatory long-lead burst neuron

EMG

electromyography

EOG

electro-oculography

ERP

event-related potential

FEF

frontal eye field

fMRI

functional magnetic resonance imaging

FR

floccular region

FTN

flocculus target neuron

GABA

gamma-aminobutyric acid

GBS

gamma-band synchronization

GC

granule cell

GFS

general flash suppression

GP

globus pallidus

GPe

globus pallidus external

GPi

globus pallidus internal

HCI

human–computer interface

hOKR

horizontal optokinetic reflex

IBN

inhibitory burst neuron

ICA

independent component analysis

iGBR

induced gamma-band response

IML

internal medullary lamina

INC

interstitial nucleus of Cajal

INS

infantile nystagmus syndrome

IOR

inhibition of return

IOVP

inverted optimal viewing position

IPSP

inhibitory postsynaptic potential

ISI

interstimulus interval

ISL

intended saccade length

IVN

inferior (or descending) vestibular nucleus

LD

lateral dorsal

LFP

local field potential

LGN

lateral geniculate nucleus

LIP

lateral intraparietal

LLBN

long-lead burst neuron

LP

levator palpebrae

LTD

long-term depression

LTM

long-term memory

LTN

lateral terminal nucleus

LVN

lateral vestibular nucleus

MD

mediodorsal

MEG

magnetoencephalography

mhOKR

monocular horizontal optokinetic reflex

MLF

medial longitudinal fasciculus

mOKR

monocular optokinetic reflex

MRF

mesencephalic reticular formation

MST

medial superior temporal

MT

middle temporal

MTN

medial terminal nucleus

MVN

medial vestibular nucleus

nBOR

nucleus of the basal optic root

nLM

nucleus lentiformis mesencephali

NOT

nucleus of the optic tract

nPH

nucleus prepositus hypoglossi

NR

near response

NRTP

nucleus reticularis tegmentis pontis

OCD

obsessive–compulsive disorder

OKN

optokinetic nystagmus

OKR

optokinetic reflex

OO

orbicularis oculi

OPN

omnipause neuron

OVP

optimal viewing position

PAN

phasically active neuron

PCN

paracentral nucleus

PDF

probability density function

PET

positron emission tomography

Pf

parafascicular

PFC

prefrontal cortex

PG

processing gradient

PLP

preferred landing position

PPC

posterior parietal cortex

PPN

pedunculopontine nucleus

PPRF

paramedian pontine reticular formation

PSP

progressive supranuclear palsy

PSS

posterior suprasylvian

PVP

vestibular pause neuron

PVP

preferred viewing position

RB

range bias

RCP

rectus capitis posterior

RDE

remote distractor effect

RDK

random dot kinetogram

RF

receptive field

riMLF

rostral interstitial nucleus of the medial longitudinal fasciculus

RIP

raphe interpositus

ROI

region of interest

RT

response time

rTMS

repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation

RVOR

rotational vestibulo-ocular reflex

SAI

stratum album intermediale

SAP

stratum album profundum

SAS

sequential attention shifts

SBN

saccadic burst neuron

SC

superior colliculus

SCi

intermediate layer of the superior colliculus

SCs

superficial layer of the superior colliculus

SEF

supplementary eye field

SGI

stratum griseum intermediale

SGP

stratum griseum profundum

SGS

stratum griseum superficiale

SIF

saccade initiation failure

SMA

supplementary motor area

SNc

substantia nigra pars compacta

SNr

substantia nigra pars reticulata

SO

stratum opticum

SOA

stimulus onset asynchrony

SOA

supraoculomotor nucleus

SPR

self-paced reading

SRE

saccadic range error

SRT

saccadic reaction time

SSRT

stop signal reaction time

STC

sensory trigeminal complex

STM

short-term memory

STN

subthalamic nucleus

SVN

superior vestibular nucleus

SWM

spatial working memory

SZ

stratum zonale

TAN

tonically active neuron

TD

typically-developed/developing

TMS

transcranial magnetic stimulation

TVOR

translational vestibulo-ocular reflex

VA

ventroanterior

VL

ventrolateral

VLPFC

ventrolateral prefrontal cortex

VN

vestibular nucleus

VOR

vestibulo-ocular reflex

VPL

ventral posterolateral

VPM

ventral posteromedial

VTA

ventral tegmental area

WCC

weak central coherence

WM

working memory (p. xx)