P1 Spatial Behavior and Functional Perimetry:
U. Schiefer
(University Eye Hospital)

Visual field defects lead to reduced performance in visually guided behavior. However, the amount of the reduction depends not only on the size and location of the defect but also on the "information needs" for the studied tasks and on compensating eye movements that the subject might be able to carry out. Project P1 attempts to quantify behavioral deficits of patients with visual field defects solving spatial tasks.

P2 Color-Guided Behavior:
A. Werner
(University Eye Hospital)

P3 Sensori-Motor Integration:
U. Ilg
(Neurological Clinic)

P4 Cortico-Cerebellar Interplay:
H.P. Thier
(Neurological Clinic)

P5 Spatial Reference System:
H.-O. Karnath
(Neurological Clinic)

P6 Navigation and Spatial Cognition:
H. A. Mallot
(Dept. of Zoology)

P7 Neuroethology and Spatial Behavior:
H.-U. Schnitzler
(Dept. of Zoology)

P8 Self-Supervised Motor-Learning:
B. Schölkopf
(MPI for Biological Cybernetics)

Overview of the Participants