Gradual remapping results in early retinotopic and late spatiotopic inhibition of return.

@article{Matht2010GradualRR,
  title={Gradual remapping results in early retinotopic and late spatiotopic inhibition of return.},
  author={Sebastiaan Math{\^o}t and Jan Theeuwes},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2010},
  volume={21 12},
  pages={1793-8}
}
Here we report that immediately following the execution of an eye movement, oculomotor inhibition of return resides in retinotopic (eye-centered) coordinates. At longer postsaccadic intervals, inhibition resides in spatiotopic (world-centered) coordinates. These results are explained in terms of perisaccadic remapping. In the interval surrounding an eye movement, information is remapped within retinotopic maps to compensate for the retinal displacement. Because remapping is not an instantaneous… CONTINUE READING

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