AntiSaccade Task

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AntiSaccade Task - English

The Anti-Saccade Task as described in Sereon & Holzman (1995) for assessing schizophrenia.
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AntiSaccade Task (Keyboard) - English

The Anti-Saccade Task as described in Sereon & Holzman (1995) for assessing schizophrenia using keyboard responding.
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References

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Sereno, A.B. & Holzman, P.S. (1995). Antisaccades and Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements in Schizophrenia. BIOL PSYCHIATRY, 37, 394-401.

Everling, & Fischer. (1998). The antisaccade: A review of basic research and clinical studies. Neuropsychologia, 36(9), 885-899.

Douglas P. Munoz, & Stefan Everling. (2004). Look away: The anti-saccade task and the voluntary control of eye movement. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 5(3), 218-228.

Friedman, N. P., Miyake, A., Young, S. E., DeFries, J. C., Corley, R. P., & Hewitt, J. K. (2008). Individual differences in executive functions are almost entirely genetic in origin. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 137, 201–225.