What clinical disorders tell us about the neural control of saccadic eye movements.

@article{Ramat2007WhatCD,
  title={What clinical disorders tell us about the neural control of saccadic eye movements.},
  author={Stefano Ramat and R. John Leigh and D. S. Zee and Lance M. Optican},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2007},
  volume={130 Pt 1},
  pages={10-35}
}
Saccades are rapid eye movements that redirect the fovea from one object to another. A great deal has been learned about the anatomy and physiology of saccades, making them an ideal system for studying the neural control of movement. Basic research on normal eye movements has greatly increased our understanding of saccadic performance, anatomy and physiology, and led to a large number of control system models. These models simulate normal saccades well, but are challenged by clinical disorders… CONTINUE READING
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