Persistence of the dark-background-contingent gaze upshift during visual fixations of rhesus monkeys.


During visual fixations, the eyes are directed so that the image of the target (object of interest) falls on the fovea. An exception to this rule was described in macaque monkeys (though not in humans): dark background induces a gaze shift upwards, sometimes large enough to shift the target's image off the fovea. In this article we address an aspect not… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/jn.00666.2013


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