Human fixation and pursuit in normal and open-loop conditions: effects of central and peripheral retinal targets.

@article{Collewijn1986HumanFA,
  title={Human fixation and pursuit in normal and open-loop conditions: effects of central and peripheral retinal targets.},
  author={Han Collewijn and E P Tamminga},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1986},
  volume={379},
  pages={109-29}
}
Eye movements were recorded precisely with a scleral-coil method under three experimental conditions: fixation of a central, stationary target; pursuit of a central, moving target; pursuit of eccentric, moving targets. Subjects were instructed to attend to and fixate the target and to pursue it when it moved. The target was presented either in darkness (no visible background), on a diffusely lighted background, or on a large, structured background. Target and/or background could be moved… CONTINUE READING