Regionalization in the eye of the crabLeptograpsus variegatus: Eye movements evoked by a target moving in different parts of the visual field

@article{Sandeman2004RegionalizationIT,
  title={Regionalization in the eye of the crabLeptograpsus variegatus: Eye movements evoked by a target moving in different parts of the visual field},
  author={David C. Sandeman},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={123},
  pages={299-306}
}
1. Optokinetic eye movements can be evoked in the crabLeptograpsus variegatus by the movement of a single black stripe against a featureless white background, or by the movement of a small point source of light with the animal in the dark. 2. When either of these two visual targets are moved back and forth at constant velocity and through a constant amplitude they evoke larger eye movements if they are placed at the side of the animal than if they are placed in front of the animal. 3… CONTINUE READING
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