Processing spatial information in the sensorimotor branch of the visual system

@article{Bridgeman2000ProcessingSI,
  title={Processing spatial information in the sensorimotor branch of the visual system},
  author={Bruce Bridgeman and Andrea Gemmer and Trish Forsman and Valerie Huemer},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={40},
  pages={3539-3552}
}
We distinguish two representations of visual space: a cognitive representation drives perception, and a sensorimotor representation controls visually guided behavior. Spatial values in the two representations are separated with the Roelofs effect: a target within an off-center frame appears biased in a location opposite the direction of the frame. The effect appears for a verbal measure (cognitive) but not for a jab at the target (sensorimotor). A 2-s response delay induces a Roelofs effect in… CONTINUE READING

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