Prestimulus inhibition of eye movements reflects temporal expectation rather than time estimation

Eye movements are inhibited prior to the occurrence of temporally predictable events. This ‘oculomotor inhibition effect’ has been demonstrated with various tasks and modalities. Specifically, it was shown that when intervals between cue and target are fixed, saccade rate prior to the target is lowe...

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Main Authors: Tal-Perry, N. (Author), Yuval-Greenberg, S. (Author)
Format: Article
Published: Springer 2021
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