Change in sensitivity to visual error in superior colliculus during saccade adaptation

@inproceedings{Kojima2017ChangeIS,
  title={Change in sensitivity to visual error in superior colliculus during saccade adaptation},
  author={Yoshiko Kojima and Robijanto Soetedjo},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017}
}
Saccadic eye movements provide a valuable model to study the brain mechanisms underlying motor learning. If a target is displaced surreptitiously while a saccade is underway, the saccade appears to be in error. If the error persists gradual neuronal adjustments cause the eye movement again to land near the target. This saccade adaptation typically follows an exponential time course, i.e., adaptation speed slows as adaptation progresses, indicating that the sensitivity to error decreases during… CONTINUE READING
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