Saccadic eye movements in a high-speed bimanual stacking task: changes of attentional control during learning and automatization.

@article{Foerster2011SaccadicEM,
  title={Saccadic eye movements in a high-speed bimanual stacking task: changes of attentional control during learning and automatization.},
  author={Rebecca M. Foerster and E. Carbone and Hendrik Koesling and Werner X. Schneider},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2011},
  volume={11 7},
  pages={
          9
        }
}
Principles of saccadic eye movement control in the real world have been derived by the study of self-paced well-known tasks such as sandwich or tea making. Little is known whether these principles generalize to high-speed sensorimotor tasks and how they are affected by learning and automatization. In the present study, right-handers practiced the speed-stacking task in 14 consecutive daily training sessions, while their eye movements were recorded. Speed stacking is a high-speed sensorimotor… CONTINUE READING

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