Visual working memory supports perceptual stability across saccadic eye movements

Vision is suppressed during saccadic eye movements. To create a stable perception of the visual world we must compensate for the gaps in visual input caused by this suppression. Some theories of perceptual stability, such as the Saccade Target Object Theory (McConkie & Currie, 1996), propose tha...

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Main Authors: Cronin, D.A (Author), Irwin, D.E (Author)
Format: Article
Published: American Psychological Association Inc. 2018
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