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  • Rao, Hrishikesh; Mayo, J. Patrick; Sommer, Marc A. (2016-12-01)
    Saccadic eye movements rapidly displace the image of the world that is projected onto the retinas. In anticipation of each saccade, many neurons in the visual system shift their receptive fields. This presaccadic change ...
  • Zielinski, David; Rao, Hrishikesh; Potter, Nicholas; Sommer, Marc A.; Appelbaum, Lawrence Gregory; KOPPER, REGIS (2016-03-19)
    User performance in virtual environments with degraded visual conditions due to low frame rates is an interesting area of inquiry. Visual content shown in a low frame rate simulation has the quality of the original image, ...
  • Rao, Hrishikesh; San Juan, J; Shen, F; Villa, J; Rafie, K; Sommer, Marc A. (Frontiers Media, 2016-05-18)
    As we look around a scene, we perceive it as continuous and stable even though each saccadic eye movement changes the visual input to the retinas. How the brain achieves this perceptual stabilization is unknown, but a major ...
  • Oh-Descher, H; Beck, JM; Ferrari, Silvia; Sommer, Marc A.; Egner, Tobias (Elsevier, 2017-08-24)
    Real-life decision-making often involves combining multiple probabilistic sources of information under finite time and cognitive resources. To mitigate these pressures, people “satisfice”, foregoing a full evaluation of ...
  • Oh-Descher, H; Beck, JM; Ferrari, S; Sommer, Marc A.; Egner, T (Elsevier, 2017-08-24)
    Real-life decision-making often involves combining multiple probabilistic sources of information under finite time and cognitive resources. To mitigate these pressures, people “satisfice”, foregoing a full evaluation of ...
  • Abzug, Z; Sommer, Marc A. (American Psychological Association, 2017-08-29)
    Much of everyday behavior involves serial decision-making, in which the outcome of one choice affects another. An example is setting rules for oneself: choosing a behavioral rule guides appropriate choices in the future. ...
  • Abzug, ZM; Sommer, Marc A. (American Psychological Association, 2017-08-29)
    Much of everyday behavior involves serial decision-making, in which the outcome of one choice affects another. An example is setting rules for oneself: choosing a behavioral rule guides appropriate choices in the future. ...
  • Caruso, Valeria; Pages, Daniel; Sommer, Marc A.; Groh, Jennifer M. (2016)
    Saccadic eye movements can be elicited by more than one type of sensory stimulus. This implies substantial transformations of signals originating in different sense organs as they reach a common motor output pathway. In ...
  • Abzug, ZM; Sommer, Marc A. (Elevier, 2016-06-06)
    The supplementary eye fields (SEFs) are located in dorsomedial frontal cortex and contribute to high-level control of eye movements. Recordings in the SEF reveal neural activity related to vision, saccades, and fixations, ...
  • Abzug, ZM; Sommer, Marc A. (Elevier, 2017)
    The supplementary eye fields (SEFs) are located in dorsomedial frontal cortex and contribute to high-level control of eye movements. Recordings in the SEF reveal neural activity related to vision, saccades, and fixations, ...
  • Abzug, Z; Sommer, Marc A. (Elevier, 2017)
    The supplementary eye fields (SEFs) are located in dorsomedial frontal cortex and contribute to high-level control of eye movements. Recordings in the SEF reveal neural activity related to vision, saccades, and fixations, ...
  • Abzug, ZM; Sommer, Marc A. (Elsevier, 2016)
    The supplementary eye fields (SEFs) are located in dorsomedial frontal cortex and contribute to high-level control of eye movements. Recordings in the SEF reveal neural activity related to vision, saccades, and fixations, ...
  • Rao, Hrishikesh; Abzug, Zack; Sommer, Marc A. (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), 2016-03-01)
    As we make saccades, the image on each retina is displaced, yet our visual perception is uninterrupted. This is commonly referred to as transsaccadic perceptual stability, but such a description is inadequate. Some visual ...
  • Rao, Hrishikesh; Abzug, Zack; Sommer, Marc A. (2016-02-09)
    As we make saccades, the image on each retina is displaced, yet our visual perception is uninterrupted. This is commonly referred to as transsaccadic perceptual stability, but such a description is inadequate. Some visual ...
  • Rao, Hrishikesh; Abzug, Zack; Sommer, Marc A. (2016-02-09)
    As we make saccades, the image on each retina is displaced, yet our visual perception is uninterrupted. This is commonly referred to as transsaccadic perceptual stability, but such a description is inadequate. Some visual ...
  • Rao, Hrishikesh; Abzug, ZM; Sommer, Marc A. (2016)
    As we make saccades, the image on each retina is displaced, yet our visual perception is uninterrupted. This is commonly referred to as transsaccadic perceptual stability, but such a description is inadequate. Some visual ...