Eye tracking of observer-generated target movements.

@article{Steinbach1968EyeTO,
  title={Eye tracking of observer-generated target movements.},
  author={Martin Steinbach and Richard Held},
  journal={Science},
  year={1968},
  volume={161 3837},
  pages={187-8}
}
When an observer moves his arm he shows more precise visual tracking of a target mounted on his fingertip-the eye lags behind the target less and makes fewer corrective saccades-than when he relaxes his arm and the experimenter moves it in a similar manner. Apparently the control system for eye movements can use outflow (efferent) signals in order to anticipate motion of the self-moved target. 

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