Neural mechanisms of saccadic suppression.


In normal vision our gaze leaps from detail to detail, resulting in rapid image motion across the retina. Yet we are unaware of such motion, a phenomenon known as saccadic suppression. We recorded neural activity in the middle temporal and middle superior temporal cortical areas during saccades and identical image motion under passive viewing conditions… (More)


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@article{Thiele2002NeuralMO, title={Neural mechanisms of saccadic suppression.}, author={Alexander Thiele and Patricia Henning and Michael Kubischik and Klaus-Peter Hoffmann}, journal={Science}, year={2002}, volume={295 5564}, pages={2460-2} }