saccadic eye movement


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saccadic eye movement

[sakad′ik]
an extremely fast voluntary movement of the eyes, allowing them to accurately refix on an object in the visual field.

saccadic eye movement

Neurology Rapid symmetrical jerking eye movements with constantly changing retinal foci from one point to another
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Letting the arrow in Figure 1 represent a single, rightward, saccadic eye movement and the asterisk represent a single flashing light, the bracketed array represents the phenomenal appearance.
percent of correct responses and average response time) used by the COVS to make a pass or fail determination for the pursuit and saccadic eye movement (Figure 10(h)-(k)).
Reading speed and saccadic eye movements with an artificial paracentral scotoma [abstract].
In the central retina, receptive fields do not adapt quickly since small saccadic eye movements associated with steady fixation produce an 'on-off' effect.
The aspects of working at a computer which make it visually demanding, include frequent saccadic eye movements and continuous varying of eye focusing (accommodation) and alignment (vergence) demands.
When patients have unequivocal problems with their saccadic eye movements (e.
Recent evidence suggests that saccadic eye movements modulate hippocampal oscillations in non-human primates during memory formation (Jutras et al.
11-13) However, in most optometric protocols for evaluating eye motion, pursuit and saccadic eye movements are assessed separately.
2] on mTBI-related symptoms, we hypothesized that there would be significant differences in postcompression SPEM and saccadic eye movements between the sham and intervention groups.
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).