volume 17, issue 2, P159-164 1998
DOI: 10.1076/ceyr.17.2.159.5611
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Abstract: The differences in response profiles under the two viewing environments could be accounted for by differences in timing of saccade and vergence onset. Moreover, in contrast to some recent investigations that suggest higher center control of individual trajectories, which was dependent on the naturalistic scene, these trajectories could be accounted for by known neural and oculomotor mechanisms, with the higher centers using a priori information about spatial location of the target, to assist in the synchrony o…

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