The remembered pursuit task: evidence for segregation of timing and velocity storage in predictive oculomotor control

@article{Barnes1999TheRP,
  title={The remembered pursuit task: evidence for segregation of timing and velocity storage in predictive oculomotor control},
  author={Graham R. Barnes and S. F. Donelan},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={129},
  pages={57-67}
}
Regular, repeated presentation of identical constant-velocity target motion stimuli (ramps) appears to allow build up of an internal store, release of which can be used to generate anticipatory smooth pursuit prior to subsequent target onset. Here, we examine whether release of the anticipatory response can be controlled by timing cues unrelated to the motion stimulus itself. In experiment 1, the target moved in alternate directions and was exposed for 480 ms as it passed through centre… CONTINUE READING
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