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Visual sensitivity and bias oscillate phase-locked to saccadic eye movements
Journal of Vision
Oscillations in perceptual performance have been observed before and after a voluntary action, like hand, finger, and eye movements. In particular, discrimination accuracy of suprathreshold contrast stimuli oscillates in the delta range (2-3 Hz) phase-locked to saccadic eye movements. Importantly, saccadic suppression is embedded in phase with these long-lasting perceptual oscillations. It is debated whether these rhythmic modulations affect only appearance of high-contrast stimuli or whetherdoi:10.1167/19.14.15 pmid:31845975 fatcat:uk3gl7sfcjampa6otxo6wfhchy