Divergence eye movements are dependent on initial stimulus position


Previous studies on the speed and latency of convergence and divergence eye movements have produced varied, sometimes contradictory, results. Four subjects were studied and tracked 4 degrees disparity step changes for convergence and divergence at different initial target positions. Here we report that the dynamics of divergence movements not only differ… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2005.01.017


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@article{Alvarez2005DivergenceEM, title={Divergence eye movements are dependent on initial stimulus position}, author={Tara L. Alvarez and John L. Semmlow and Claude Pedrono}, journal={Vision Research}, year={2005}, volume={45}, pages={1847-1855} }