Effect of saccadic adaptation on localization of visual targets.

  title={Effect of saccadic adaptation on localization of visual targets.},
  author={Holger Awater and David Burr and Markus Lappe and M Concetta Morrone and Michael E Goldberg},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  volume={93 6},
  • Holger Awater, David Burr, +2 authors Michael E Goldberg
  • Published 2005 in Journal of neurophysiology
Objects flashed briefly around the time of a saccadic eye movement are grossly mislocalized by human subjects, so they appear to be compressed toward the endpoint of the saccade. In this study, we investigate spatial localization during saccadic adaptation to examine whether the focus of compression tends toward the intended saccadic target or at the endpoint of the actual (adapted) movement. We report two major results. First, that peri-saccadic focus of the compression did not occur at the… CONTINUE READING

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