Saccadic adaptation shifts the pre-saccadic attention focus

  title={Saccadic adaptation shifts the pre-saccadic attention focus},
  author={Karine Dor{\'e}-Mazars and Th{\'e}r{\`e}se Collins},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
The well-documented phenomenon of the spatial coupling between saccadic programming and the orienting of attention refers to the fact that visual attention is directed toward the location that the eyes are aiming for. However, the question remains open as to whether saccades and attention are two independent processes that can be directed concurrently toward a common goal, or whether their relationship is tighter, with the motor components of the saccade program influencing the selection of the… CONTINUE READING

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