Evidence for high-velocity smooth pursuit in the trained cat

@article{Missal1995EvidenceFH,
  title={Evidence for high-velocity smooth pursuit in the trained cat},
  author={Marcus Missal and Philippe Lef{\`e}vre and Marc Crommelinck and Andr{\'e} Roucoux},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={106},
  pages={509-512}
}
It is generally accepted that in cats smooth pursuit velocity of the eye never exceeds a few degrees per second. This is in contrast with observations in primates, where smooth pursuit velocity can reach values as high as 100°/s. Cats were trained to fixate and pursue spots of light appearing on a translucent screen. Spots were moved in the horizontal and vertical planes at different constant velocities up to 80°/s. Eye position was recorded with the sclerai search coil technique. Naive cats… CONTINUE READING

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