Amplitude adaptation occurs where a saccade is represented as a vector and not as its components


When saccades become inaccurate, their amplitude is adapted. We examined, in humans, whether this adaptation occurs where the saccade is represented as a vector or as its horizontal and vertical components. In one experiment, we behaviorally reduced the amplitude of clockwise oblique saccades and examined the transfer to saccades made to other target… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2006.03.028


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