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Journal of Vision
Saccadic eye movements can dramatically change the location in which an object is projected onto the retina. One mechanism that might potentially underlie the perception of stable objects, despite the occurrence of saccades, is the "remapping" of receptive fields around the time of saccadic eye movements. Here we examined two possible models of trans-saccadic remapping of visual features: (1) spatiotopic coordinates that remain constant across saccades or (2) an object-based remapping indoi:10.1167/8.14.2 pmid:19146303 fatcat:4x4tdtkccfcdheehopmked4l4y