Jason Samonds and colleagues in the Priebe lab published a research paper in Nature Neuroscience entitled “Natural image and receptive field statistics predict saccade sizes.” This research investigates the role of eye movement in visual information processing and motor system adaptation.
For more information about this research see: https://cns.utexas.edu/news/why-do-our-eyes-move-as-they-do-ut-scientists-have-new-answers-to-that
Samonds JM, Geisler WS and Priebe NJ. (2018). Natural image and receptive field statistics predict saccade sizes. Nature Neuroscience . Nov;21(11):1591-1599