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participants fixate on a cross in the center of a screen while a visual cue appears elsewhere on screen; they are instructed that once the fixation cross disappears, they are to direct a saccade to the place where the cue had been

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Inhibition of visual discrimination during a memory-guided saccade task.
Ostendorf F, Finke C, Ploner CJ
Journal of neurophysiology (J Neurophysiol)
2004 Jul