Horizontal saccade dynamics across the human life span.

@article{Irving2006HorizontalSD,
  title={Horizontal saccade dynamics across the human life span.},
  author={Elizabeth L. Irving and Martin Steinbach and Linda Lillakas and Raiju Jacob Babu and Natalie Hutchings},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2006},
  volume={47 6},
  pages={2478-84}
}
PURPOSE To investigate saccade dynamics as a function of age to determine whether they follow the pattern of development and decline predicted by Weale's model of aging. METHODS One hundred ninety-five participants between the ages of 3 and 86 years made visually guided horizontal prosaccades ranging in size from 1 degrees to 60 degrees in response to dot stimuli. Eye movements were recorded binocularly with a video-based eye tracker, sampling at 120 Hz. Saccadic latency, accuracy, and… CONTINUE READING

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