Matthew Wenban-Smith

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It is well known that the latencies of target elicited saccades are significantly reduced when the target onset is preceded shortly by the offset of a fixation point (Saslow 1967). Fischer and Boch (1983) reported the discovery that, with monkeys as subjects, in addition to the general reduction in saccade latencies previously reported, there occurred a(More)
By investigating the visual processing involved when saccades are made to newly appearing targets, we show that this processing is significantly nonlinear and that texture boundary information predominates. We used the global, or center-of-gravity, effect whereby a saccadic eye movement directed to a target consisting of a pair of elements has an amplitude(More)
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