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    • Continuous perception of motion and shape across saccadic eye movements 

      Fracasso, Alessio; Caramazza, Alfonso; Melcher, David (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), 2010)
      Although our naïve experience of visual perception is that it is smooth and coherent, the actual input from the retina involves brief and discrete fixations separated by saccadic eye movements. This raises the question of ...
    • Error Correction, Sensory Prediction, and Adaptation in Motor Control 

      Shadmehr, Reza; Smith, Maurice A; Krakauer, John W. (Annual Reviews, 2010)
      Motor control is the study of how organisms make accurate goal-directed movements. There are two problems that the motor system must solve in order to achieve such control. The first problem is that sensory feedback is ...
    • Eye Movements during Auditory Attention Predict Individual Differences in Dorsal Attention Network Activity 

      Braga, Rodrigo M.; Fu, Richard Z.; Seemungal, Barry M.; Wise, Richard J. S.; Leech, Robert (Frontiers Media S.A., 2016)
      The neural mechanisms supporting auditory attention are not fully understood. A dorsal frontoparietal network of brain regions is thought to mediate the spatial orienting of attention across all sensory modalities. Key ...