Developmental fractionation and differential discrimination of the anti-saccadic direction error

@article{Klein2005DevelopmentalFA,
  title={Developmental fractionation and differential discrimination of the anti-saccadic direction error},
  author={Christoph Klein and Burkhart Fischer},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={165},
  pages={132-138}
}
This partial re-analysis of the data of a total of 433 experimental sessions transfers the distinction of “express” and “regular” latency ranges from the pro-saccade task to the latencies of the anti-saccadic direction errors. Express errors and express saccades (ES) loaded on one and the same PCA factor, and both variables were subject to only minor developmental changes from childhood to young adulthood. Regular direction errors loaded, with opposite signs, on the same factor as pro-saccadic… CONTINUE READING
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