Spatial memory following shifts of gaze. I. Saccades to memorized world-fixed and gaze-fixed targets.

@article{Baker2003SpatialMF,
  title={Spatial memory following shifts of gaze. I. Saccades to memorized world-fixed and gaze-fixed targets.},
  author={Justin T Baker and Timothy M Harper and Lawrence H. Snyder},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={89 5},
  pages={2564-76}
}
During a shift of gaze, an object can move along with gaze or stay fixed in the world. To examine the effect of an object's reference frame on spatial working memory, we trained monkeys to memorize locations of visual stimuli as either fixed in the world or fixed to gaze. Each trial consisted of an initial reference frame instruction, followed by a peripheral visual flash, a memory-period gaze shift, and finally a memory-guided saccade to the location consistent with the instructed reference… CONTINUE READING
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