Noudoost, Clark, and Moore deactivated the frontal eye fields (FEF) and recorded from visual cortical area V4. This disrupted saccades to targets but *increased* pre-saccade activity in V4. V4 neurons, however, showed reduced discrimination of the target stimulus. It seems that the FEF provides details about the saccade target to visual cortex.
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