We have a new review article titled “Dissociable cortical and subcortical mechanisms for mediating the influences of visual cues on microsaccadic eye movements” now published in Frontiers in Neural Circuits! In...

We have a new article published in the Journal of Neurophysiology where we show how stimulus polarity and stimulus size affect microsaccadic rate. You can find the early release of the...

Our recent article titled “Task-irrelevant visual forms facilitate covert and overt spatial selection” is now available as early release at the Journal of Neuroscience. You can download the article at this...

Check out the eLife digest for our latest publication! You can find the digest here and the related publication here.

Together with Tatiana Malevich and Ziad Hafed, we documented a new eye movement phenomenon in which oculomotor drift (the small variation in eye gaze position happening between each eye movement) is...

We have a new preprint on bioRxiv titled: “Time-locked inhibition of covert orienting” were we look at inhibitory processes during covert orienting in the absence of saccades. In this project, we...

In a new work with Amar Bogadhi and Ziad Hafed we tested the hypothesis that the presentation of peripheral visual forms can contribute to spatial selection behaviors even when they are...

For this year VSS 2020, Tatiana Malevich is presenting a virtual poster on our work about modulations of drift statistics following the brief appearance of a visual stimulus. From the VSS...

We have a new exciting manuscript just out on bioRxiv! In a first experiment, we show that visually-induced action potentials in the superior colliculus, a structure known to drive eye movements,...

We have a new preprint on bioRxiv about modulations of microsaccade rate by stimulus polarity and size. In this new paper, we show some intriguing modulations of microsaccade rate (the rapid...