The Saccadic system more readily co-processes orthogonal than co-linear saccades


Real-life visual tasks such as tracking jumping objects and scanning visual scenes often require a sequence of saccadic eye movements. The ability of the ocular motor system to parallel process saccades has been previously demonstrated. We recorded the monocular eye movements of five normal human subjects using the magnetic search coil technique in a double… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-004-2129-1


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