Is the relationship of prosaccade reaction times and antisaccade errors mediated by working memory?

@article{Crawford2010IsTR,
  title={Is the relationship of prosaccade reaction times and antisaccade errors mediated by working memory?},
  author={Trevor Crawford and Elisabeth N. Parker and Ivonne Solis-Trapala and Jenny Mayes},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={208},
  pages={385-397}
}
The mechanisms that control eye movements in the antisaccade task are not fully understood. One influential theory claims that the generation of antisaccades is dependent on the capacity of working memory. Previous research also suggests that antisaccades are influenced by the relative processing speeds of the exogenous and endogenous saccadic pathways. However, the relationship between these factors is unclear, in particular whether or not the effect of the relative speed of the pro and… CONTINUE READING

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