Mechanisms of saccade suppression revealed in the anti-saccade task.

@article{Coe2017MechanismsOS,
  title={Mechanisms of saccade suppression revealed in the anti-saccade task.},
  author={Brian C. Coe and Douglas P. Munoz},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={372 1718}
}
The anti-saccade task has emerged as an important tool for investigating the complex nature of voluntary behaviour. In this task, participants are instructed to suppress the natural response to look at a peripheral visual stimulus and look in the opposite direction instead. Analysis of saccadic reaction times (SRT: the time from stimulus appearance to the first saccade) and the frequency of direction errors (i.e. looking toward the stimulus) provide insight into saccade suppression mechanisms… CONTINUE READING
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