Neuronal control of fixation and fixational eye movements

@inproceedings{Krauzlis2017NeuronalCO,
  title={Neuronal control of fixation and fixational eye movements},
  author={Richard J. Krauzlis and Laurent Goffart and Ziad M. Hafed},
  booktitle={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2017}
}
Ocular fixation is a dynamic process that is actively controlled by many of the same brain structures involved in the control of eye movements, including the superior colliculus, cerebellum and reticular formation. In this article, we review several aspects of this active control. First, the decision to move the eyes not only depends on target-related signals from the peripheral visual field, but also on signals from the currently fixated target at the fovea, and involves mechanisms that are… CONTINUE READING
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