Validity and Repeatability of Saccadic Response Times Across the Visual Field in Eye Movement Perimetry.

@article{Pel2013ValidityAR,
  title={Validity and Repeatability of Saccadic Response Times Across the Visual Field in Eye Movement Perimetry.},
  author={Johan J M Pel and Michel C M van Beijsterveld and Gijs Thepass and Johannes van der Steen},
  journal={Translational vision science & technology},
  year={2013},
  volume={2 7},
  pages={
          3
        }
}
PURPOSE To assess the validity and repeatability of saccadic reaction times (SRT) across the visual field up to 30° using eye movement perimetry (EMP). METHODS Eighteen subjects (36 eyes) were shown a central stimulus on a flat monitor screen. Next, peripheral stimuli were shown using an overlap paradigm. Subjects were instructed to look at detected peripheral stimuli and then refixate the central stimulus again. In three repetitive measurement series, a total of 288 visual stimuli (3 series… CONTINUE READING

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