Shigetaka Watanabe

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The gain of saccadic eye movements can be altered gradually by moving targets either forward or backward during targeting saccades. If the gain of saccades to targets of only one size is adapted, the gain change generalizes or transfers only to saccades with similar vectors. In this study, we examined the spatial extent of such saccadic size adaptation,(More)
Saccadic accuracy, measured as the ratio of the size of a saccade to the size of the target step that elicits it, i.e., saccade gain, can be altered by jumping the target surreptitiously during the targeting saccade. The gain change produced by this paradigm does not generalize or transfer to saccades of all sizes. Instead, the amount of transfer decreases(More)
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