Directional interactions between current and prior saccades

@inproceedings{Jones2014DirectionalIB,
  title={Directional interactions between current and prior saccades},
  author={Stephanie A. H. Jones and Christopher D. Cowper-Smith and David A. Westwood},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
One way to explore how prior sensory and motor events impact eye movements is to ask someone to look to targets located about a central point, returning gaze to the central point after each eye movement. Concerned about the contribution of this return to center movement, Anderson et al. (2008) used a sequential saccade paradigm in which participants made a continuous series of saccades to peripheral targets that appeared to the left or right of the currently fixated location in a random… CONTINUE READING

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