Supplementary eye fields stimulation facilitates anticipatory pursuit.

@article{Missal2004SupplementaryEF,
  title={Supplementary eye fields stimulation facilitates anticipatory pursuit.},
  author={Marcus Missal and Stephen J. Heinen},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={92 2},
  pages={1257-62}
}
Anticipatory movements are motor responses occurring before likely sensory events in contrast to reflexive actions. Anticipatory movements are necessary to compensate for delays present in sensory and motor systems. Smooth pursuit eye movements are often used as a paradigmatic example for the study of anticipation. However, the neural control of anticipatory pursuit is unknown. A previous study suggested that the supplementary eye fields (SEFs) could play a role in the guidance of smooth… CONTINUE READING

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