Saccadic localization ofvisual targets by the very young human infant

@inproceedings{Aslin2010SaccadicLO,
  title={Saccadic localization ofvisual targets by the very young human infant},
  author={Richard N. Aslin and SALAPATEK},
  year={2010}
}
The direction, latency, and form of the 1and 2-month-old human infant's saccadic eye movements toward peripheral targets were investigated. Infants of both ages reliably executed a directionally appropriate first saccade toward a peripheral target introduced as far as 00 deg from the line of sight along the horizontal and both diagonal axes, but only to 10 deg along the vertical axis. The presence of a second target in the central visual field reduced the probability of peripheral target… CONTINUE READING
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