Peripheral vision for perception and action

@article{Brown2005PeripheralVF,
  title={Peripheral vision for perception and action},
  author={Liana E. Brown and Brooke A. Halpert and Melvyn A. Goodale},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={165},
  pages={97-106}
}
Anatomical and physiological evidence suggests that vision-for-perception and vision-for-action may be differently sensitive to increasingly peripheral stimuli, and to stimuli in the upper and lower visual fields (VF). We asked participants to fixate one of 24 randomly presented LED arranged radially in eight directions and at three eccentricities around a central target location. One of two (small, large) target objects was presented briefly, and participants responded in two ways. For the… CONTINUE READING
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