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Extraretinal Control of Saccadic Suppression
Journal of Neuroscience
We measured the time course of saccadic suppression and tested whether suppression results entirely from retinal image motion or has an extraretinal source. We measured contrast thresholds for low-frequency gratings modulated either in luminance, at 17 cd/m 2 and 0.17 cd/m 2 , or color at 17 cd/m 2 . Gratings were flashed on a uniform background before, during, or after voluntary 12°saccades and, additionally in the case of luminance modulated gratings, saccades simulated by mirror motion. Adoi:10.1523/jneurosci.20-09-03449.2000 pmid:10777808 fatcat:lc5f5nvb5jhm3k74ccllnbkahm