PerspectiveNeuroscience

Moving Through the Landscape

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Science  29 Mar 2002:
Vol. 295, Issue 5564, pp. 2385-2386
DOI: 10.1126/science.1070867

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Summary

How does our brain compute our heading as we move through the environment? In his Perspective, Bradley discusses new findings (Froehler and Duffy) that pinpoint a region of the brain called MST as the center for integrating information about path, place, and heading during self-movement.