Increased microsaccade rate in individuals with ADHD traits

@inproceedings{Panagiotidi2017IncreasedMR,
  title={Increased microsaccade rate in individuals with ADHD traits},
  author={Maria Panagiotidi and Paul G. Overton},
  year={2017}
}
Our ability to see depends partly on being able to align our eyes with a visual target. Eye-movement behaviour is highly optimized to satisfy these needs; most of the time our eyes scan visual scenes in sequences of saccades and fixations. Saccades are rapid, ballistic eye movements that bring the fovea to specific portions of the visual field. Fixations, on the other hand, maintain the visual gaze to a specific location keeping a target relatively stable with respect to the retina. Even though… CONTINUE READING

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