The characteristics of eye movements elicited by auditory stimuli, the audio-ocular response (AOR), differ from those made in response to visual stimuli. Their latencies are longer, their accuracies slightly worse, and their velocities slower. In addition, AOR latencies decreased with increasing stimulus eccentricity; this is opposite to the latency variation of visually evoked saccades.
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