Microsaccade direction reflects the economic value of potential saccade goals and predicts saccade choice.

@article{Yu2016MicrosaccadeDR,
  title={Microsaccade direction reflects the economic value of potential saccade goals and predicts saccade choice.},
  author={Gongchen Yu and Baijie Xu and Yuchen Zhao and Beizhen Zhang and Mingpo Yang and Janis Ying Ying Kan and David Martin Milstein and Dhushan Thevarajah and Michael C. Dorris},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={115 2},
  pages={741-51}
}
Microsaccades are small-amplitude (typically <1°), ballistic eye movements that occur when attempting to fixate gaze. Initially thought to be generated randomly, it has recently been established that microsaccades are influenced by sensory stimuli, attentional processes, and certain cognitive states. Whether decision processes influence microsaccades… CONTINUE READING