Intrasaccadic suppression is dominated by reduced detector gain.

@article{Guez2013IntrasaccadicSI,
  title={Intrasaccadic suppression is dominated by reduced detector gain.},
  author={Jon Guez and Adam P. Morris and Bart Krekelberg},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2013},
  volume={13 8}
}
Human vision requires fast eye movements (saccades). Each saccade causes a self-induced motion signal, but we are not aware of this potentially jarring visual input. Among the theorized causes of this phenomenon is a decrease in visual sensitivity before (presaccadic suppression) and during (intrasaccadic suppression) saccades. We investigated intrasaccadic suppression using a perceptual template model (PTM) relating visual detection to different signal-processing stages. One stage changes the… CONTINUE READING

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