Different effects of eyelid blinks and target blanking on saccadic suppression of displacement.

@article{Deubel2004DifferentEO,
  title={Different effects of eyelid blinks and target blanking on saccadic suppression of displacement.},
  author={Heiner Deubel and Bruce Bridgeman and Werner X. Schneider},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={2004},
  volume={66 5},
  pages={772-8}
}
Displacements of visual stimuli during saccadic eye movements are often not noticed. We have demonstrated that saccadic suppression of image displacement can be eliminated by blanking the stimulus for a short period during and after the saccade (Deubel, Schneider, & Bridgeman, 1996). Here we report an experiment in which target visibility was interrupted after the saccade, either by distal target blanking or by voluntary eyeblink. The data show that the effect of blinking is different from… CONTINUE READING

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