Intertrial effects of randomization on saccadic reaction times in human observers

@article{Weber1995IntertrialEO,
  title={Intertrial effects of randomization on saccadic reaction times in human observers},
  author={Heike Weber and M. Biscaldi and Burkhart Fischer},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={35},
  pages={2615-2642}
}
We investigated the effect of randomizing different spatial and temporal parameters on saccadic reaction times (SRTs) in five human subjects, to explore the relative occurrence of express and regular saccades. Parameters randomized in various test sessions were: target direction (right/left), intertrial interval, fixation foreperiod and gap duration (two or three 400 msec) in gap and overlap trials. For the sake of comparison the parameters under consideration were kept constant in non-random… CONTINUE READING

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