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Disparity-evoked vergence is studied in stereograms showing one or two depth planes which are defined by isolated dots of varying density and contrast. Vergence position immediately after stimulus presentation was measured using dichoptic nonius lines. Since the stimulus was not visible after the onset of the vergence movement, the experiment accesses the(More)
Application of the "gap paradigm" reduces mean saccadic reaction time (SRT). It enhances oculomotor response, sometimes showing express-like reactions within about 100-140 ms from target onset, which are called "express saccades." Despite some controversy, there is evidence that express and regular saccades may be controlled by different pathways, but it is(More)
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