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Connectivity of the Cingulate Sulcus Visual Area (CSv) in Macaque Monkeys

De Castro, V. ; Smith, A. T. ; Beer, A. L. ; Leguen, C. ; Vayssière, N. ; Héjja-Brichard, Y. ; Audurier, P. ; Cottereau, B. R. ; Durand, J. B.


In humans, the posterior cingulate cortex contains an area sensitive to visual cues to self-motion. This cingulate sulcus visual area (CSv) is structurally and functionally connected with several (multi)sensory and (pre)motor areas recruited during locomotion. In nonhuman primates, electrophysiology has shown that the cingulate cortex is also related to spatial navigation. Recently, functional ...


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