Absence of spatial updating when the visuomotor system is unsure about stimulus motion.

@article{Barneveld2011AbsenceOS,
  title={Absence of spatial updating when the visuomotor system is unsure about stimulus motion.},
  author={D C P B M van Barneveld and Anne C M Kiemeneij and A John van Opstal},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={31 29},
  pages={10558-68}
}
How does the visuomotor system decide whether a target is moving or stationary in space or whether it moves relative to the eyes or head? A visual flash during a rapid eye-head gaze shift produces a brief visual streak on the retina that could provide information about target motion, when appropriately combined with eye and head self-motion signals. Indeed, double-step experiments have demonstrated that the visuomotor system incorporates actively generated intervening gaze shifts in the final… CONTINUE READING

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