Central control of eye movements
Purpose of review: Eye-movement research continues to provide an excellent tool for understanding the central control of motor function, both in health and disease. This article reviews recent findings in relation to saccadic eye movements, particularly antisaccades and microsaccades, with particular emphasis on the control of inaction, something which has recently become topical.Recent findingsMicrosaccades are under the control of the cerebral cortex, particularly the frontal and parietal eye...[Show more]
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