End-Point Variability Is Not Noise in Saccade Adaptation

@inproceedings{Herman2013EndPointVI,
  title={End-Point Variability Is Not Noise in Saccade Adaptation},
  author={James P Herman and C. Phillip Cloud and Josh Wallman},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
When each of many saccades is made to overshoot its target, amplitude gradually decreases in a form of motor learning called saccade adaptation. Overshoot is induced experimentally by a secondary, backwards intrasaccadic target step (ISS) triggered by the primary saccade. Surprisingly, however, no study has compared the effectiveness of different sizes of… CONTINUE READING