Do correction saccades depend exclusively on retinal feedback? A note on the possible role of non-retinal feedback

@article{Becker1976DoCS,
  title={Do correction saccades depend exclusively on retinal feedback? A note on the possible role of non-retinal feedback},
  author={W. Becker},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1976},
  volume={16},
  pages={425-427}
}
The saccadic response of the human oculomotor system to step-like displacements of a target frequently breaks down into two components: the main saccade that travels about 90-95:,< of the target distance and one or more correction saccades that eliminate the remaining error. In a recent article in this journal, Prablanc and Jeannerod (1975) investigated the question of the occurrence of correction saccades depending on the presence of a retinal error message at the end of the main saccade… CONTINUE READING

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