saccadically

saccadically

(səˈkɑːdɪkəlɪ; səˈkeɪdɪˈkəlɪ)
adv
in a saccadical manner
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Using negative afterimages that lasted for several minutes, Grusser, Krizic, and Weiss (1987) found that afterimages do sometimes appear to move in a continuous fashion when the eye moves saccadically, but only sometimes, particularly at the end of the saccade: Their subjects attended to a small foveal afterimage while saccading horizontally back and forth in the dark between two loudspeakers situated 39 [degrees] apart.