Alexandra Séverac-Cauquil

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The present work reinvestigated the influence of bimastoidal galvanic vestibular stimulation (0.4 mA during 10 sec.) on subjective vertical. We tested the hypothesis that deviations are directed towards the anode side, like postural tilt evoked by galvanic vestibular stimulation. 15 subjects were instructed to orient vertically in darkness a light-rod(More)
Vestibular and visual signals are crucial to navigate. Therefore, it is important to identify the areas devoted to integrate both signals. A recent work has identified 2 cortical areas activated during lateral galvanic vestibular stimulation (GVS): the human medial superior temporal cortex and the cingulate sulcus visual area (CSV) (Smith AT et al, 2012).(More)
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