Amplitude changes in response to target displacements during human eye–head movements

@article{Cecala2008AmplitudeCI,
  title={Amplitude changes in response to target displacements during human eye–head movements},
  author={Aaron Cecala and Edward G. Freedman},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={48},
  pages={149-166}
}
Sensorimotor adaptation, the ability to adjust motor output in response to persistent changes in sensory input, is a key function of the central nervous system. Although a great deal is known about vestibulo-ocular reflex and saccadic adaptation, relatively little is known about the behavior and neural mechanisms underlying gaze adaptation when the head is free to move. In an attempt to understand the mechanisms of gaze adaptation, and constrain hypotheses concerning the locus at which changes… CONTINUE READING