Learning on multiple timescales in smooth pursuit eye movements.

@article{Yang2010LearningOM,
  title={Learning on multiple timescales in smooth pursuit eye movements.},
  author={Yan Yang and Stephen G. Lisberger},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={104 5},
  pages={2850-62}
}
We commonly think of motor learning as a gradual process that makes small, adaptive steps in a consistent direction. We now report evidence that learning in pursuit eye movements could start with large, transient short-term alterations that stoke a more gradual long-term process. Monkeys tracked a target that started moving horizontally or vertically. After 250 ms of motion had produced a preinstruction eye velocity close to target velocity, an orthogonal component of target motion created an… CONTINUE READING

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