Smooth pursuit of nonvisual motion.

@article{Berryhill2006SmoothPO,
  title={Smooth pursuit of nonvisual motion.},
  author={M. Berryhill and Tanya Chiu and H. Hughes},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={96 1},
  pages={
          461-5
        }
}
Unlike saccades, smooth pursuit eye movements (SPEMs) are not under voluntary control and their initiation generally requires a moving visual target. However, there are various reports of limited smooth pursuit of the motion of a subject's own finger in total darkness (pursuit based on proprioceptive feedback) and to the combination of proprioception and tactile motion as an unseen finger was moved voluntarily over a smooth surface. In contrast, SPEMs to auditory motion are not distinguishable… Expand
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