The role of peripheral vision in saccade planning: learning from people with tunnel vision.

@article{Luo2008TheRO,
  title={The role of peripheral vision in saccade planning: learning from people with tunnel vision.},
  author={Gang Luo and F. Vargas-Mart{\'i}n and Eli Peli},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2008},
  volume={8 14},
  pages={25.1-8}
}
Both visually salient and top-down information are important in eye movement control, but their relative roles in the planning of daily saccades are unclear. We investigated the effect of peripheral vision loss on saccadic behaviors in patients with tunnel vision (visual field diameters 7 degrees-16 degrees) in visual search and real-world walking experiments. The patients made up to two saccades per second to their pre-saccadic blind areas, about half of which had no overlap between the post… CONTINUE READING

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