Perception

Transient Disruptions to Neural Space-Time

David Burr, Concetta Morrone

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Abstract

How vision operates efficiently in the face of continuous shifts of gaze remains poorly understood. Recent studies show that saccades cause dramatic, but transient, changes in the spatial and also temporal tuning of cells in many visual areas, which may underly the perceptual compression of space and time, and serve to counteract the effects of the saccades and maintain visual stability.

Original languageEnglish
JournalCurrent Biology
Volume16
Issue number19
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 10 2006

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Eye movements
Saccades
space and time
Tuning
cells

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Perception : Transient Disruptions to Neural Space-Time. / Burr, David; Morrone, Concetta.

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