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Choi WY, Guitton D. Responses of collicular fixation neurons to gaze shift perturbations in head-unrestrained monkey reveal gaze feedback control. Neuron. 2006 May 4; 50(3): 491-505.

Herter TM, Guitton D. Accurate bidirectional saccade control by a single hemicortex. Brain. 2004 Jun;127(Pt 6):1393-402.

Matsuo S, Bergeron A, Guitton D.  Evidence for gaze feedback to the cat superior colliculus: discharges reflect gaze trajectory perturbations. J Neurosci. 2004 Mar 17;24(11):2760-73.

Bergeron A, Matsuo S, Guitton D. Superior colliculus encodes distance to target, not saccade amplitude, in multi-step gaze shifts. Nat Neurosci. 2003 Apr;6(4):404-13.

Bergeron A, Guitton D. In multiple-step gaze shifts: omnipause (OPNs) and collicular fixation neurons encode gaze position error; OPNs gate saccades. J Neurophysiol. 2002 Oct;88(4):1726-42. 

Bergeron A, Guitton D.  Fixation neurons in the superior colliculus encode distance between current and desired gaze positions. Nat Neurosci. 2000 Sep;3(9):932-9.

Crawford JD, Ceylan MZ, Klier EM, Guitton D.  Three-dimensional eye-head coordination during gaze saccades in the primate. J Neurophysiol. 1999 Apr;81(4):1760-82.

Guitton D.  Gaze shifts in three-dimensional space: A closer look at the superior colliculus. J Comp Neurol. 1999 Oct 11;413(1):77-82. Review. No abstract available.

Herter TM, Guitton D. Human head-free gaze saccades to targets flashed before gaze-pursuit are spatially accurate. J Neurophysiol. 1998 Nov;80(5):2785-9. 

Pare M, Guitton D. Brain stem omnipause neurons and the control of combined eye-head gaze saccades in the alert cat. J Neurophysiol. 1998 Jun;79(6):3060-76.

Cullen KE, Guitton D. Analysis of primate IBN spike trains using system identification techniques. III. Relationship To motor error during head-fixed saccades and head-free gaze shifts. J Neurophysiol. 1997 Dec;78(6):3307-22.

Cullen KE, Guitton D. Analysis of primate IBN spike trains using system identification techniques. II. Relationship to gaze, eye, and head movement dynamics during head-free gaze shifts. J Neurophysiol. 1997 Dec;78(6):3283-306.

Cullen KE, Guitton D.  Analysis of primate IBN spike trains using system identification techniques. I. Relationship To eye movement dynamics during head-fixed saccades. J Neurophysiol. 1997 Dec;78(6):3259-82.

Crawford JD, Guitton D. Primate head-free saccade generator implements a desired (post-VOR) eye position command by anticipating intended head motion. J Neurophysiol. 1997 Nov;78(5):2811-6.

Crawford JD, Guitton D.  Visual-motor transformations required for accurate and kinematically correct saccades. J Neurophysiol. 1997 Sep;78(3):1447-67.

Munoz DP, Guitton D, Pelisson D.  Control of orienting gaze shifts by the tectoreticulospinal system in the head-free cat. III. Spatiotemporal characteristics of phasic motor discharges. J Neurophysiol. 1991 Nov;66(5):1642-66.

Guitton D, Munoz DP.  Control of orienting gaze shifts by the tectoreticulospinal system in the head-free cat. I. Identification, localization, and effects of behavior on sensory responses. J Neurophysiol. 1991 Nov;66(5):1605-23.

Munoz DP, Pelisson D, Guitton D. Movement of neural activity on the superior colliculus motor map during gaze shifts. Science. 1991 Mar 15;251(4999):1358-60.

Guitton D, Volle M. Gaze control in humans: eye-head coordination during orienting movements to targets within and beyond the oculomotor range. J Neurophysiol. 1987 Sep;58(3):427-59.

Munoz DP, Guitton D. Tectospinal neurons in the cat have discharges coding gaze position error. Brain Res. 1985 Aug 19;341(1):184-8.

Guitton D, Douglas RM, Volle M. Eye-head coordination in cats. J Neurophysiol. 1984 Dec;52(6):1030-50.

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