Chanel A. Paré-Bingley

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To compute spatially correct smooth pursuit eye movements, the brain uses both retinal motion and extraretinal signals about the eyes and head in space (Blohm and Lefèvre 2010). However, when smooth eye movements rely solely on memorized target velocity, such as during anticipatory pursuit, it is unknown if this velocity memory also accounts for(More)
37 To compute spatially correct smooth pursuit eye movements, the brain uses both retinal 38 motion and extraretinal signals about the eyes and head in space (Blohm and Lefèvre 2010). 39 However, when smooth eye movements rely solely on memorized target velocity, such as during 40 anticipatory pursuit, it is unknown if this velocity memory also accounts for(More)
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