The remarkable saccades of asymmetrical vergence

@article{Enright1992TheRS,
  title={The remarkable saccades of asymmetrical vergence},
  author={James T. Enright},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={32},
  pages={2261-2276}
}
The saccades that usually arise near the onset of asymmetrical changes in vergence, when one eye is aligned with both targets, are remarkably different from ordinary saccades: (1) the excursions of the two eyes are typically very unequal, often differing by several fold from each other; (2) mean excursion (version) is extremely variable across replicate tests with identical targets; (3) at the end of the saccades, eye orientation is usually not even briefly stable: the aligned eye immediately… CONTINUE READING
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