Data from: The effect of Speed of Processing training on microsaccade magnitude

Stephen J. Layfield, Wesley K. Burge, William G. Mitchell, Lesley A. Ross, Christine R. Denning, Frank R. Amthor, Kristina M. Visscher, Stephen Layfield, Wesley Burge, Frank Amthor, William Mitchell, Lesley Ross, Christine Denning & Kristina Visscher
Older adults experience cognitive deficits that can lead to driving errors and a loss of mobility. Fortunately, some of these deficits can be ameliorated with targeted interventions which improve the speed and accuracy of simultaneous attention to a central and a peripheral stimulus called Speed of Processing training. To date, the mechanisms behind this effective training are unknown. We hypothesized that one potential mechanism underlying this training is a change in distribution of eye movements...
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