The gap effect for eye and hand movements in double-step pointing

@article{Boulinguez2001TheGE,
  title={The gap effect for eye and hand movements in double-step pointing},
  author={Philippe Boulinguez and Jean Blouin and Vincent Nougier},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={138},
  pages={352-358}
}
The existence of a temporal gap between the offset of a fixation target and the onset of a peripheral target generally reduces the saccadic and manual reaction time in response to the peripheral target. Using a double-step paradigm, the present experiment investigated whether a temporal gap between the extinction of the first target and the presentation of the second target can help in reducing the time to trigger the corrective eye movements and to correct the arm trajectory towards the final… CONTINUE READING

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