Microsaccade dynamics during covert attention

@article{Laubrock2005MicrosaccadeDD,
  title={Microsaccade dynamics during covert attention},
  author={Jochen Laubrock and Ralf Engbert and Reinhold Kliegl},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={45},
  pages={721-730}
}
We compared effects of covert spatial-attention shifts induced with exogenous or endogenous cues on microsaccade rate and direction. Separate and dissociated effects were obtained in rate and direction measures. Display changes caused microsaccade rate inhibition, followed by sustained rate enhancement. Effects on microsaccade direction were differentially tied to cue class (exogenous vs. endogenous) and type (neutral vs. directional). For endogenous cues, direction effects were weak and… CONTINUE READING

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