A neural mechanism for coordinate transformation predicts pre-saccadic remapping


Whenever we shift our gaze, any location information encoded in the retinocentric reference frame that is predominant in the visual system is obliterated. How is spatial memory retained across gaze changes? Two different explanations have been proposed: Retinocentric information may be transformed into a gaze-invariant representation through a mechanism… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00422-012-0484-8


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