saccades


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saccades

Rapid intermittent eye movements made as the attention switches from one point to another.
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Mean of the Absolute Value of the Normalized Primary Saccadic Amplitude: The mean of the absolute value of the ratio between the primary saccadic amplitude and the target displacement for all saccades per individual.
This, in turn, indicates that there are no deviations in the duration of the saccades between the fixations.
With unilateral vestibular loss the VOR will fail to keep the gaze on the nose and there will be a catch-up saccade.
Working Memory Capacity and the AntisaccadeTask: Individual Differences in Voluntary Saccade Control.
No vertical gaze movement restriction, vertical gaze nystagmus or burst of consecutive saccades (opsoclonus) noted during clinical examination.
The woman's saccades were shorter and scarcer under hypnosis, the team reports online October 24 in PLoS ONE.
A complete vestibular examination was performed--including oculomotor tests (smooth pursuit, saccades, optokinesis, and gaze-evoked nystagmus), examination of the cranial nerves, vestibulo-ocular reflex testing (head-shaking test, etc.
Inactivation of parietal and prefrontal cortex reveals interdependence of neural activity during memory-guided saccades.
Neurological examination may show interruption of smooth ocular pursuit, slowing or inaccuracy of saccades, hyper-reflexia, 'frontal release' signs, slowing of rapid alternating movement of fingers, wrist or feet, and ataxia.
Elle donne lieu a un rythme et un style musical specifiques et tres saccades.
Inhibitory control in mind and brain: An interactive race model of countermanding saccades.