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

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

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

The visual recognition of walking humans or animals ("biological motion") in a dynamical environment and with superimposed eye-movements is computationally hard, yet ecologically most relevant. Project P3 will study the perceptual, neural, and memory mechanisms employed in the solution of this task in humans and monkeys.

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