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*  Amplitudes and directions of individual saccades can be adjusted by corollary discharge | JOV | ARVO Journals
First saccade. Second saccade. First saccade. Second saccade. First saccade. Second saccade. ... First saccade. Second saccade. First saccade. Second saccade. First saccade. Second saccade. ... Our third aim was to determine whether there was saccade-by-saccade compensation in the amplitude of the second saccade as well ... To depict how the direction of the second saccade was influenced by the corollary discharge of the first saccade, the saccades ...
  http://jov.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2121171
*  Cortical Networks Underlying Saccadic and Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements in AMD | IOVS | ARVO Journals
Patients first completed a visually guided saccade (VGS) task which required alternating periods of central fixation with 3° ... Keywords: eye movements: saccades and pursuits • age-related macular degeneration • low vision ...
  http://iovs.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2395659
*  고립성 소뇌전엽 충부 경색
In our patient, saccades were largely preserved except mild hypometria to the intact side. Hypermetria of centripetal saccades ... Ipsilesional saccades were normal, but contralesional saccades were mildly hypometric with a mean gain at 84.4% (Figure 1B). ... Ipsilesional saccades were normal, but contralesional saccades are mildly hypometric with a mean gain at 84.4%. (C) Fundus ... Ipsilesional saccades were normal, but contralesional saccades are mildly hypometric with a mean gain at 84.4%. (C) Fundus ...
  http://e-rvs.org/journal/view.php?viewtype=pubreader&number=691
*  Leicester Research Archive: [Eye movement abnormalities as a sign for the diagnosis in Niemann-Pick disease type C].
... particular type of internuclear ophthalmoplegia with nystagmus of the adducting eye and in Wilson's disease slowing of saccades ...
  https://lra.le.ac.uk/handle/2381/22734
*  Slow saccades
Saccades are rapid eye movements. This page is about too-slow saccades. Follow this link the general 'saccade' page. ... Downward saccades are slower than upward saccades as well as of longer latency. Disorders which affect vertical saccades to a ... Selective deficits in vertical saccades.. On the other hand, several disorders affect vertical saccades and horizontal saccades ... Selective deficits in horizontal saccades. Disorders which impair horizontal saccades to a much greater extent than vertical ...
  http://www.dizziness-and-balance.com/practice/saccades/slow%20saccade.htm
*  Guiding Binocular Saccades during Reading... & related info | Mendeley
During saccades, the eyes do not move together perfectly: saccades could end with a misalignment, compromising... ... Reading is an activity based on complex sequences of binocular saccades and fixations. ... During saccades, the eyes do not move together perfectly: saccades could end with a misalignment, compromising fused vision. ... Guiding Binocular Saccades during Reading: A TMS Study of the PPC. *Vernet M ...
  https://www.mendeley.com/research-papers/guiding-binocular-saccades-during-reading-tms-study-ppc/
*  Frontiers | Transfer of Predictive Signals Across Saccades | Psychology
Furthermore, we found that the detection advantage of predictable targets is detectable as early as 50-100 ms after saccade ... Here, we tested whether spatio-temporal predictions are updated before, during or shortly after an interhemifield saccade is ... Here, we tested whether spatio-temporal predictions are updated before, during or shortly after an interhemifield saccade is ... before and between saccades), 15% (after saccade cue), 5% (during saccade), and 12% (0-200 ms after saccade offset). ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00176/full
*  Hierarchical control of two-dimensional gaze saccades | SpringerLink
Gilchrist, I., Brown, V., Findlay, J. (1997). Saccades without eye movements. Nature, 390(6656), 130-131.PubMedCrossRefGoogle ... Mays, L., & Sparks, D. (1980). Saccades are spatially, not retinocentrically, coded. Science, 208, 1163-1165.PubMedCrossRef ... Interactions between saccades and the vestibuloocular reflex. Journal of Neurophysiology, 56(6), 1558-1570.Google Scholar ... Paré, M., & Guitton, D. (1998). Brain stem omnipause neurons and the control of combinedeye-head gaze saccades in the alert cat ...
  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10827-013-0477-1
*  Suppression of displacement in severely slowed saccades - Cogprints
Severely slowed saccades in ,I,spinocerebellar ataxia,/I, have previously been shown to be at least partially closed-loop in ... MacAskill, Michael R and Anderson, Tim J and Jones, Richard D (2000) Suppression of displacement in severely slowed saccades. [ ... Fuchs, A. F., Reiner, D., & Pong, M. (1996). Transfer of gain changes from targeting to other types of saccade in the monkey: ... In this study, a woman with these pathologically slowed saccades could modify them in-flight in response to target movements, ...
  http://cogprints.org/1163/index.html
*  Cerebellar Contributions to Adaptive Control of Saccades in Humans | Journal of Neuroscience
Saccade amplitude must be ,50% of the target displacement. (2) Saccade duration must be within 50-150 ms. (3) Saccade reaction ... A, The slope at saccade start is termed S1 and the slope at saccade end S4. B, Summary of S1 and S4 at the final set of ... In control subjects, saccades slowed by 11.1% or 33°/s (p , 0.005). In cerebellar patients, saccades slowed by 12.9% or 40°/s ( ... Saccade curvature. A prominent feature of saccades in cross-axis adaptation is curvature (Chen-Harris et al., 2008); i.e., ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/29/41/12930
*  Object files across eye movements: Previous fixations affect the latencies of corrective saccades | SpringerLink
The median saccade latencies for three saccades per trial per participant (the saccades to the first and second targets and the ... The left panel shows saccade exclusions for the first and second saccades. The right panel shows saccade exclusions for the ... We first analyzed the saccade latency of the second saccade in two conditions: when the saccade was executed to either a ... In our analyses we examined two saccades: the saccade to the second cued target (second saccade) and the subsequent corrective ...
  https://link.springer.com/article/10.3758%2Fs13414-016-1220-6
*  A Physiological Neural Controller of a Muscle Fiber Oculomotor Plant in Horizontal Monkey Saccades
... saccade ((a) and (c)), 8° saccade ((b) and (d)), 12° saccade ((e) and (h)), 16° saccade ((f) and (i)), and 20° saccade ((g) and ... saccade and (b) 8° saccade. Note that the saccade onset is 120 ms for all cases, but the end time of each saccade differs from ... saccade, (b) 16° saccade, and (c) 20° saccade. Note that the saccade onset is 120 ms for all cases, but the end time of each ... Consequently, the third-order linear differential equation to solve for the optimal solution for a saccade is [12] where ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2014/406210/
*  A Physiological Neural Controller of a Muscle Fiber Oculomotor Plant in Horizontal Monkey Saccades
J. D. Enderle and W. Zhou, Models of Horizontal Eye Movements-Part 2: A 3rd-Order Linear Saccade Model, Morgan & Claypool ... J. D. Enderle, Models of Horizontal Eye Movements-Part 1: Early Models of Saccades and Smooth Pursuit, Morgan & Claypool ... H. Goldstein, The neural encoding of saccades in the rhesus monkey [Ph.D. dissertation], The Johns Hopkins University, ... J. D. Enderle, "Neural control of saccades," in The Brain's Eyes: Neurobiological and Clinical Aspects to Oculomotor Research, ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2014/406210/ref/
*  Torsional deviations with voluntary saccades caused by a unilateral midbrain lesion
... each RIMLF encodes torsional saccades in one direction, while both participate in vertical saccades. ... Our results support the hypothesis that the vertical--torsional saccade generator in humans is organised similarly as in ... Up to 10° contralesional torsional deviations with each voluntary saccade were revealed, which also could be seen during ... Torsional deviations with voluntary saccades caused by a unilateral midbrain lesion. In: Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & ...
  https://epub.ub.uni-muenchen.de/15010/index.html
*  Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Suppression during Head-Fixed Saccades Reveals Gaze Feedback Control | Journal of Neuroscience
2004) to saccades planned with the head fixed.. When the trajectory of large saccades was altered by the head perturbation, the ... Saccade detection.. Gaze saccades were detected using a 20°/s velocity threshold. Chair and head movement onset were detected ... The modulation of the VOR was a function of both saccade amplitude and the time of the head perturbation relative to saccade ... Finally, we showed that the modulation of the saccade trajectory was insensitive to the latency of the saccade with respect to ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/35/3/1192
*  Models of Saccade-Vergence Interactions | Springer for Research & Development
Saccades rotate the two eyes in the same direction (i.e., conjugately; Fig. 11.1A), such as during reading and scanning of a... ... Saccades rotate the two eyes in the same direction (i.e., conjugately; Fig. 11.1A), such as during reading and scanning of a ... Kenyon, R. V. and Ciuffreda, K. J., 1978, Unequal saccades during vergence, Am. J Optom. Physiol. Opt. 57: 586-594.CrossRef ... Enright, J. T., 1992, The remarkable saccades of asymmetrical vergence, Vis. Res. 32: 2261-2276.CrossRefGoogle Scholar ...
  https://rd.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4757-5865-8_11
*  Anti-saccade performance predicts executive function and brain structure in normal elders. - PubMed - NCBI
Anti-saccade performance predicts executive function and brain structure in normal elders.. Mirsky JB1, Heuer HW, Jafari A, ... Anti-saccade performance predicts executive function and brain structure in normal elders ... Anti-saccade performance predicts executive function and brain structure in normal elders ... Anti-saccade performance predicts executive function and brain structure in normal elders ...
  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21697711
*  Frontiers | Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Stabilization after Vestibular Schwannoma Surgery: A Story Told by Saccades | Neurology
Gain and saccade organization measured with PR score). Gain and saccade organization were compared with post -operative values ... Gain and saccade organization measured with PR score). Gain and saccade organization were compared with post -operative values ... The scatter of compensatory saccades (as measured by the PR score) may be a surrogate early marker of clinical recovery, given ... The scatter of compensatory saccades (as measured by the PR score) may be a surrogate early marker of clinical recovery, given ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fneur.2017.00015/full
*  Frontiers | Guiding Binocular Saccades during Reading: A TMS Study of the PPC | Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
During saccades, the eyes do not move together perfectly: saccades could end with a misalignment, compromising fused vision. ... During saccades, the eyes do not move together perfectly: saccades could end with a misalignment, compromising fused vision. ... Stimulation had three major effects: (1) disturbance of eye alignment during fixation; (2) increase of saccade disconjugacy ... Stimulation had three major effects: (1) disturbance of eye alignment during fixation; (2) increase of saccade disconjugacy ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnhum.2011.00014/full
*  Plus it
Right, Saccade gain plotted against saccade number. Leftward saccades, which were coupled with this subthreshold stimulation ( ... The delay from saccade end varied across saccades because of the variability in saccade reaction time and duration. ... last 50 prestimulation saccades) to 0.586 ± 0.099 (last 50 saccades). In contrast, the gain of rightward saccades, which were ... The saccade endpoint relative to the initial target location was calculated as the difference between eye position at saccade ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/27/14/3759
*  Neural Control of Saccades, part 2 - Movement and Motor Control: Understanding the Paradigm of Eye Movements | Coursera
hand, they generate what we sometimes call express saccades. So these are saccades that are stimulated by some kind of sensory ... modulating the expression of saccades. In order to make a saccade, we need to ... Neural Control of Saccades, part 2. To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that ... generate spontaneous saccades and unfortunately that can be the case if there is insufficient. [INAUDIBLE] in operating in the ...
  https://www.coursera.org/lecture/medical-neuroscience/neural-control-of-saccades-part-2-O5RgU
*  Neural Control of Saccades, part 1 - Movement and Motor Control: Understanding the Paradigm of Eye Movements | Coursera
Neural Control of Saccades, part 1. To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that ... call a compensatory saccade, bringing its eyes to the location of the remembered ... What the monkey did was it made a saccade to the location of the target T, even ... the orbit of remembering the location of the visual cue to which a saccade must be ...
  https://www.coursera.org/lecture/medical-neuroscience/neural-control-of-saccades-part-1-4XcQM
*  Plus it
... no response saccades starting 70-400 ms after saccade cue onset, and saccades larger than 1.0° before a response saccade or ... we merged events separated by 10 ms or less into a single saccade. Response saccades were the first saccade leaving a fixation ... C, D, E, Average saccade latency (C), landing site (D), and test timing relative to saccade onset (E), plotted as a function of ... In the saccade condition, the cue pointed toward the test location and observers made a saccade as quickly as possible. In the ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/32/40/13744
*  Role of Primate Superior Colliculus in Preparation and Execution of Anti-Saccades and Pro-Saccades | Journal of Neuroscience
To quantify the magnitude of the saccade-related activity of saccade-related neurons on pro-saccade trials and anti-saccade ... the SRTs for monkeys were longer for anti-saccades than for pro-saccades. The monkeys generated pro-saccades and anti-saccades ... saccade activity before saccade initiation in burst and buildup neurons in the SC contralateral to the saccade for pro-saccades ... If a fixed saccade threshold exists in individual SC saccade-related neurons in the anti-saccade task, then the level of pre- ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/19/7/2740.full