THIS IS WORK IN PROGRESS! A prosaccade is a relatively simple reflexive behavior in which the participant looks towards a suddently appearing visual stimulus. An antisaccade, on the other hand, requires the participant to look in the direction opposite of the visual transient. Each trial of our antisaccade task begins the participant fixating his/her gaze on the central fixation point, where an instructional cue appears. An orange circle instructs the participant to perform a prosaccade, while a blue X instruct him/her to perform an antisaccade. Following a brief pause, the stimulus (a green circle) appears at either of the peripheral location and the participant performs the required saccade (eye-movement).

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