Response latencies and event-related potentials during the gap paradigm using saccadic responses in human subjects.

@article{Gomez1996ResponseLA,
  title={Response latencies and event-related potentials during the gap paradigm using saccadic responses in human subjects.},
  author={Carolina B Gomez and Mercedes Atienza and G. J. Garc{\'i}a G{\'o}mez and M J Vallina-Victorero V{\'a}zquez},
  journal={International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={23 1-2},
  pages={91-9}
}
An experiment was conducted in naive human subjects to measure the time benefits of the latencies of saccadic eye movements to peripheral targets when the offset of a central fixation point precedes the switching on of the peripheral target by 200 ms. Naive subjects produced a shift advancement of the eye movement latencies to the targets with respect to when there is no such temporal gap. Simultaneously, the event-related potentials produced by visual stimuli and saccadic eye movements were… CONTINUE READING
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