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Response Properties of Fixation Neurons and Their Location in the Frontal Eye Field in the Monkey
Journal of Neurophysiology
stimulation of the frontal eye field (FEF) has recently been reported to suppress the generation of saccades, which supports the idea that the FEF plays a role in maintaining attentive fixation. This study analyzed the activity of fixation neurons that discharged during fixation in the FEF in relation to visual fixation and saccades in trained monkeys. The neural activity of fixation neurons increased at the start of fixation and was maintained during fixation. When a fixation spot of lightdoi:10.1152/jn.00234.2009 pmid:19675294 fatcat:tvawq4ggavbkvfsjr6lkelo5wm