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Journal of Vision
A number of studies have investigated the localization of briefly flashed targets during saccades to understand how the brain perceptually compensates for changes in gaze direction. Typical version saccades, i.e., saccades between two points of the horopter, are not only associated with changes in gaze direction, but also with large transient changes of ocular vergence. These transient changes in vergence have to be compensated for just as changes in gaze direction. We investigated depthdoi:10.1167/8.14.27 pmid:19146328 fatcat:o2nk4i3bhbd6jkyg3p6w5mf4ge