Interactions between natural and electrically evoked saccades. III. Is the nonstationarity the result of an integrator not instantaneously reset?

@article{Schlag1998InteractionsBN,
  title={Interactions between natural and electrically evoked saccades. III. Is the nonstationarity the result of an integrator not instantaneously reset?},
  author={John Schlag and Alexandre Pouget and Safa Sadeghpour and Madeleine Schlag-Rey},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={79 2},
  pages={903-10}
}
In the monkey, fixed-vector saccades evoked by superior colliculus (SC) stimulation when the animal fixates can be dramatically modified if the stimulation is applied during or immediately after an initial natural saccade. The vector is then deviated in the direction opposite to the displacement just accomplished as if it were compensating for part of the preceding trajectory. Recently, it was suggested that the amplitude of the compensatory deviation is related to the amplitude of the initial… CONTINUE READING

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