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sac·cad·ic

(să-kad'ik),
Jerky. See: saccadic movement.

sac·cad·ic

(să-kahd'ik)
Jerky.

saccade

(sa-kod') [Fr. saccade, jerk]
A fast, involuntary movement of the eye as it changes from one point of gaze to another.
See: nystagmus; vergencesaccadic, adjective

saccadic

said of the eye; small, rapid, jerky movements of the orbit, such as occur in humans while reading.
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Saccadic eye movements are both voluntary and reflexive, occurring rapidly at a speed of 400-700 degrees per second.
The lightest of its kind with 250Hz sampling rate allows saccadic grade eye tracking also outside of the lab in the environment familiar to participants.
NESBIT'S NARRATIVE PROPER, which begins in the '30s, is told in episodes and saccadic bursts, zigzagging across time and the map at breakneck speed, carried by word-pictures and apothegms.
This is difficult for children and so, with the generous support of one of our young patient's parents, we have been able to introduce an innovative, child-friendly method of testing visual fields - a Saccadic Vector Optokinetic Perimetry (SVOP) - only the second in the UK.
One week after developing the rash, she started having involuntary multidirectional jerky saccadic eye movements with superimposed fluttering eyelid movements consistent with opsoclonus myoclonus syndrome (OMS).
Saccadic peak velocity sensitivity to variations in mental workload, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 81(4): 413-417.
Laboratory research found that these flicker conditions could disrupt saccadic eye movements (2) , reduce visual performance (3) and reduce clerical work performance (4) , always in comparison to fluorescent lamps operated on high-frequency electronic ballasts.
Both processes involve forms of exposure - TF-CBT with a cognitive therapy component, while EMDR involves the therapist asking the patient to visualise aspects of the trauma while inducing saccadic eye movements.
Win the single atom can be considered to have a fluctuating rotating dipole moment, nothing changes for this is the self-change of nothing as at saccadic variance, substantially composed of its moments in transit, in the field most winking and unrespected.
Station three (Vision Performance Enhancement Program): The Vision Performance Enhancement Program is a special vision training software for athletes which trains various visual skills like central and peripheral awareness, saccadic fixation, reaction time, scanning, tracking, stereopsis, etc.
Fletcher and Schuchard created a scoring system to measure the pursuit ability, fixation stability, and saccadic ability of the PRL.
The therapy promotes the development of saccadic accuracy, automatic orienting and focusing of attention, and the opportunity to process visual stimuli in the right paracentral retinal area.