Activity changes in monkey superior colliculus during saccade adaptation

JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY, pp. 4096-4107, 2007.

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Saccades are eye movements that are used to foveate targets rapidly and accurately. Their amplitude must be adjusted continually, throughout life, to compensate for movement inaccuracies due to maturation, pathology, or aging. One possible locus for such saccade adaptation is the superior colliculus (SC), the relay for cortical commands t...More

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