Visual memory capacity in transsaccadic integration

@article{Prime2007VisualMC,
  title={Visual memory capacity in transsaccadic integration},
  author={Steven L. Prime and Lia Tsotsos and Gerald P. Keith and J. Douglas Crawford},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={180},
  pages={609-628}
}
How we perceive the visual world as stable and unified suggests the existence of transsaccadic integration that retains and integrates visual information from one eye fixation to another eye fixation across saccadic eye movements. However, the capacity of transsaccadic integration is still a subject of controversy. We tested our subjects’ memory capacity of two basic visual features, i.e. luminance (Experiment 1) and orientation (Experiment 2), both within a single fixation (i.e. visual working… CONTINUE READING