Evidence that the superior colliculus participates in the feedback control of saccadic eye movements.
JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY, pp. 679-695, 2002.
There is general agreement that saccades are guided to their targets by means of a motor error signal, which is produced by a local feedback circuit that calculates the difference between desired saccadic amplitude and an internal copy of actual saccadic amplitude. Although the superior colliculus (SC) is thought to provide the desired sa...更多
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