Extraretinal information in corrective saccades and inflow vs outflow theories of visual direction constancy

@article{Shebilske1976ExtraretinalII,
  title={Extraretinal information in corrective saccades and inflow vs outflow theories of visual direction constancy},
  author={Wayne L. Shebilske},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1976},
  volume={16},
  pages={621-628}
}
In Experiment I, with and without visual feedback, corrective movements were observed that were truly corrective in that their magnitude and direction were highly correlated with that of error after the main saccade and they significantly reduced discrepancy between eye and target. It was concluded that during dysmetria, there is a discrepancy between two high fidelity extraretinal signals. a reference input to the oculomotor nuclei (outflow) which corresponds to the intended eye position. and… CONTINUE READING

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