That is, to aim for a new target object or to explore the same object with a second saccade.
We examined the influence of visual distractors on saccade latency in hemianopic and normal subjects.
This indicated a possible problem in automatic saccade suppression.
We use saccade eye movements to quickly change the direction that our eyes are looking.
Once the desired saccade target has been selected, how is this desired eye movement executed?