The control of voluntary eye movements: new perspectives.

@article{Krauzlis2005TheCO,
  title={The control of voluntary eye movements: new perspectives.},
  author={Richard J. Krauzlis},
  journal={The Neuroscientist : a review journal bringing neurobiology, neurology and psychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={11 2},
  pages={124-37}
}
Primates use two types of voluntary eye movements to track objects of interest: pursuit and saccades. Traditionally, these two eye movements have been viewed as distinct systems that are driven automatically by low-level visual inputs. However, two sets of findings argue for a new perspective on the control of voluntary eye movements. First, recent experiments have shown that pursuit and saccades are not controlled by entirely different neural pathways but are controlled by similar networks of… CONTINUE READING
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