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We used BOLD fMRI to study the differential effects of the direction of gaze on the visual and the ocular motor systems. Fixation of a target straight ahead was compared to fixation of a target 10-to the right and 10-to the left from gaze straight ahead, and to eyes open in complete darkness in thirteen healthy volunteers. While retinotopic coordinates remained the same in all fixation conditions, the fixation target shifted with respect to a head-centered frame of reference. During lateraldoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2005.06.001 pmid:16005247 fatcat:fs6phvg7jzeyhlazxz4ikh5yze