Automatic and intentional influences on saccade landing

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Description: When making an eye movement to a target location, the presence of a nearby distractor can cause the saccade to unintentionally terminate at the distractor itself or the average position in between stimuli. With probabilistic mixture models, we quantified how both unavoidable capture and goal-directed targeting were influenced by changing the task and the target-distractor separation. Using this novel technique, we could extract the time course over which automatic and intentional processes compete for control of saccades.


Single-trial data for the two behavioral experiments from the following paper are published here: Aagten-Murphy, D., & Bays, P. M. (2017). Automatic and intentional influences on saccade landing. Journal of Neurophysiology, 118 (2), 1105-1122. The data is available in the form of Matlab file with an accompanying description included.


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