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Location of Sources of Evoked Scalp Potentials: Corrections for Skull and Scalp Thicknesses
We show that the position of the source in a head modeled by a sphere surrounded by two concentric shells of differing conductivities representing the skull and the scalp can be inferred from source localization calculations made on a homogeneous model. Expand
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The interplay of drifts and flicks in binocular fixation.
Abstract A study of spontaneous human eye movements during monocular and binocular fixation was made in order to determine the corrective roles of flicks and drifts. It is found that both types ofExpand
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Extension of Panum's fusional area in binocularly stabilized vision.
A novel phenomenon in stereopsis can be observed when viewing binocularly stabilized retinal images. This phenomenon is particularly impressive for random-dot stereoscopic images in foveal vision. IfExpand
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Vision with controlled movements of the retinal image
Previous work on eye movements (Lord & Wright, 1950; Ratliff & Riggs, 1950; Barlow, 1952; Ditchburn & Ginsborg, 1953; Riggs, 1958) has shown that when a subject fixates as steadily as possible upon aExpand
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Evaluation of Methods for Three-Dimensional Localization of Electrical Sources in the Human Brain
A quantitative evaluation has been made of methods designed to identify the intracranial sources of scalp recorded potentials. Expand
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Models of the Human Brain and the Surrounding Media: Their Influence on the Reliability of Source Localization
  • D. Fender
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official…
  • 1 October 1991
This article is a review of the evolution of models of the head as used in dipole source localization. Expand
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Human Engineering in Stereoscopic Viewing Devices
Introduction. Stereoscopic Properties of the Human Visual System. Methods of Viewing 3D Images. Double Camera Systems. Single Camera Systems. SpatiallySampling Cameras and Monitors. The Observer.Expand
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The synchrony of binocular saccadic eye movements
There is some apparent disagreement, among those who study human eye movements, on the subject of synchrony between binocular saccades. Expand
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Methods for the localization of electrical sources in the human brain.
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the methods for the localization of electrical sources in the human brain. Although there has not been general agreement about the mechanism of evoked scalpExpand
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Torsional Motions of the Eyeball *
  • D. Fender
  • Medicine
  • The British journal of ophthalmology
  • 1 February 1955
OF the many attempts which have been made in the past to record motions of the eyeball, the most successful investigations have used the corneal reflex method (Lord and Wright, 1948), photographicExpand
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