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Journal of Vision
We studied the effect of intervening saccades on the manual interception of a moving target. Previous studies suggest that stationary reach goals are coded and updated across saccades in gaze-centered coordinates, but whether this generalizes to interception is unknown. Subjects (n = 9) reached to manually intercept a moving target after it was rendered invisible. Subjects either fixated throughout the trial or made a saccade before reaching (both fixation points were in the range of j10todoi:10.1167/11.10.4 pmid:21900372 fatcat:2xjd7e3spbarvhl2jlu4w4j3bm