Involuntary eye movements during fixation

@article{Ditchburn1953InvoluntaryEM,
  title={Involuntary eye movements during fixation},
  author={R. W. Ditchburn and B. L. Ginsborg},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},
  year={1953},
  volume={119}
}
Eye movements form one of the basic physical data which must be considered in a theory of the process by which visual information is transmitted to the brain. The behaviour of the eyes during fixation, i.e. when the subject is attempting to maintain his gaze on a stationary point, has a special interest both as an example of the dynamic equilibrium of a physiological system and in relation to theories of the retinal basis of vision. Some of the evidence in favour of the Polychromatic Theory… Expand
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