While microsaccades appear to boost or diminish the strength of brain signals associated with attention, eye movements are not drivers for these brain signals.
Eye movements distinguish between "go" and "no go" actions early in the decision-making process, before the hand even starts to move.
People move their eyes to determine whether or not they have seen an image before. Their eye movement patterns could predict memory mistakes. Findings reveal eye movements play a functional role in memory retrieval.
Nucleus papilion neurons play an important role in eye movement during REM sleep.
Using a green filter help to increase reading speed for children with dyslexia, researchers report.
Study reveals the how the brain maintains attention on an object while the eyes make rapid, voluntary movements. The findings could open the door to developing new treatments for a number of neurological disorders.
A new study reveals the brain utilizes eye movements to help recall vivid memories of past experiences.
According to a new Nature paper, variation in how children seek social information is under genetic control. Such behaviors are decreases in children with autism, adding further evidence for the link between behavioral presentation in ASD and underlying genetics causes.