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Saccade adaptation is unhampered by distractors

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Saccade adaptation has been extensively studied using a paradigm in which a target is displaced during the saccade, inducing an adjustment in saccade amplitude or direction. These changes in saccade amplitude are widely considered to be controlled by the post-saccadic position of the target relative to the fovea. However, because such experiments generally employ only a single target on an otherwise blank screen, the question remains whether the same adaptation could occur if both the target and a similar distractor were present when the saccade landed. To investigate this issue, three experiments were conducted, in which the post-saccadic locations of the target and distractor were varied. Results showed that decreased amplitude adaptation, increased amplitude adaptation, and recovery from adaptation were controlled by the post-saccadic position of the target rather than the distractor. These results imply that target selection is critical to saccade adaptation.

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hal-03270981 , version 1 (25-06-2021)

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Laurent Madelain, M. R. Harwood, J. P. Herman, J. Wallman. Saccade adaptation is unhampered by distractors. Journal of Vision, 2010, JOURNAL OF VISION, 10 (12), pp.29-29. ⟨10.1167/10.12.29⟩. ⟨hal-03270981⟩
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