Ocular tracking: behavior and neurophysiology.

  • Kohei Kawano
  • Published 1999 in Current opinion in neurobiology


'Ocular tracking' refers to visually driven, slow eye movements that stabilize moving images on the retina, thereby facilitating high acuity vision. Recent behavioral studies have shown that the primate brain produces several kinds of ocular tracking responses that operate precisely and consistently, with ultra-short latencies. Electrophysiological studies… (More)


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@article{Kawano1999OcularTB, title={Ocular tracking: behavior and neurophysiology.}, author={Kohei Kawano}, journal={Current opinion in neurobiology}, year={1999}, volume={9 4}, pages={467-73} }