We hypothesized that oculomotor parameters would be correlated with those cognitive domains that are directly implicated in the performance of each oculomotor response or, indirectly, which are theoretically controlled by the same brain region that supports that oculomotor feature, including visuospatial function, memory and executive function. Therefore, we designed a neuropsychological evaluation that assessed verbal memory with the Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test (Pena-Casanova et al., 2009a), visual memory with the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Test (ROCFT) Free Delayed Recall (Pena-Casanova et al., 2009a), constructional praxis with ROCFT Copy (Pena-Casanova et al., 2009a), ideomotor apraxia with imitation of finger gestures (Pena-Casanova, 2005), visuospatial ability with the Number Location subtest of the Visual Object and Space Perception Battery (Pena-Casanova et al., 2009b) and attention and executive function with the Trail Making Test (TMT) A and B and Symbol digit test (Pena-Casanova et al., 2009c).

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