Saccadic eye movements in the dark while performing an automatized sequential high-speed sensorimotor task.

@article{Foerster2012SaccadicEM,
  title={Saccadic eye movements in the dark while performing an automatized sequential high-speed sensorimotor task.},
  author={Rebecca M. Foerster and E. Carbone and Hendrik Koesling and Werner X. Schneider},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2012},
  volume={12 2}
}
Saccades during object-related everyday tasks select visual information to guide hand movements. Nevertheless, humans can perform such a task in the dark provided it was automatized beforehand. It is largely unknown whether and how saccades are executed in this case. Recently, a long-term memory (LTM)-based direct control mode of attention during the execution of well-learned sensorimotor tasks, which predicts task-relevant saccades in the dark, was proposed (R. M. Foerster, E. Carbone, H… CONTINUE READING

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