The use of egocentric and exocentric location cues in saccadic programming

  title={The use of egocentric and exocentric location cues in saccadic programming},
  author={Paul Dassonville and John D. Schlag and Madeleine Schlag-Rey},
  journal={Vision Research},
Theoretically, the location of a visual target can be encoded with respect to the locations of other stimuli in the visual image (exocentric cues), or with respect to the observer (egocentric cues). Egocentric localization in the oculomotor system has been shown to rely on an internal representation of eye position that inaccurately encodes the time-course of saccadic eye movements, resulting in the mislocalization of visual targets presented near the time of a saccade. In the present… CONTINUE READING
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