Direction and Contrast Tuning of Macaque MSTd Neurons During Saccades
Saccades are rapid eye movements that change the direction of gaze, although the full-field image motion associated with these movements is rarely perceived. The attenuation of visual perception during saccades is referred to as saccadic suppression. The
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