fMRI activation in the human frontal eye field is correlated with saccadic reaction time.

@article{Connolly2005fMRIAI,
  title={fMRI activation in the human frontal eye field is correlated with saccadic reaction time.},
  author={Jason D. Connolly and Melvyn A. Goodale and Herbert C. Goltz and Douglas P. Munoz},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={94 1},
  pages={605-11}
}
Variation in response latency to identical sensory stimuli has been attributed to variation in neural activity mediating preparatory set. Here we report evidence for a relationship between saccadic reaction time (SRT) and set-related brain activity measured with event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging. We measured hemodynamic activation time-courses during a preparatory "gap" period, during which no visual stimulus was present and no saccades were made. The subjects merely… CONTINUE READING

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