Considering general organizational principles for dorsal-ventral systems within an action framework

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30 (2):207-208 (2007)
Abstract
Support for the proposed dorsal-ventral distinction for the somatosensory system is not yet convincing, nor is the anatomical segregation of its pathways as clearly defined as the visual pathways. Consideration of alternative organizational principles might reveal critical differences across sensory processing systems. The role of attention and manipulations that modulate functional systems might also be worth considering
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