Table 1.

Statistics of response modulation during sinusoidal translation (0.5 Hz)

Left–right motionFore–aft motionUp–down motionMax direction
p_f1 ≤ 0.01
    All (n = 420)110 (26%)100 (24%)104 (25%)185 (44%)
    Upper bank (n = 153)60 (39%)58 (38%)53 (35%)92 (60%)
    Tip (n = 150)43 (29%)41 (27%)37 (25%)78 (52%)
    Lower bank (n = 117)7 (6%)5 (4%)10 (8%)15 (13%)
p_f2 ≤ 0.01, p_f1 > 0.01
    All (n = 420)45 (11%)42 (10%)35 (8%)67 (16%)
    Upper bank (n = 153)6 (4%)3 (2%)5 (3%)7 (5%)
    Tip (n = 150)9 (6%)7 (5%)11 (7%)14 (9%)
    Lower bank (n = 117)30 (26%)25 (21%)26 (22%)46 (39%)
p_f1 > 0.01, p_f2 > 0.01
    All (n = 420)265 (63%)278 (66%)281 (67%)168 (40%)
    Upper bank (n = 153)87 (57%)92 (60%)95 (62%)54 (35%)
    Tip (n = 150)98 (65%)102 (68%)102 (68%)58 (39%)
    Lower bank (n = 117)80 (68%)87 (74%)81 (69%)56 (48%)
  • Data shown represent number of cells and corresponding percentages relative to the total population (bold), upper bank, tip, and lower bank for each row, respectively. Data recorded in monkey U (n = 273: left hemisphere and 58: right hemisphere) and monkey J (n = 23: left hemisphere and 66: right hemisphere).