Evidence for separate control of slow version and vergence eye movements: support for Hering's Law

@article{Semmlow1998EvidenceFS,
  title={Evidence for separate control of slow version and vergence eye movements: support for Hering's Law},
  author={John L. Semmlow and Weihong Yuan and Tara L. Alvarez},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={38},
  pages={1145-1152}
}
When a visual stimulus changes direction and distance simultaneously, Hering's Law argues that the resulting eye movements are the result of combined version and vergence control processes. Recently, it has been suggested that slow asymmetrical eye movements might be guided by monocular control processes wherein each eye is driven by its own retinal image. Experimental results presented here show behavioral differences between slow version and slow vergence eye movements, indicating that… CONTINUE READING

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