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Human Eye Movements During Visually Guided Stepping.
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Visually guided locomotion was studied in an experiment in which human subjects (N = 8) had to accurately negotiate a series of irregularly spaced stepping-stones while infrared reflectometry and electrooculography were used to continuously record their eye movements. Expand
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Coordination of Eye and Leg Movements During Visually Guided Stepping
Abstract In the present study, 2 related hypotheses were tested: first, that vision is used in a feedforward control mode during precision stepping onto visual targets and, second, that theExpand
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Mechanisms of synchronous activity in cerebellar Purkinje cells
Complex spike synchrony is thought to be a key feature of how inferior olive climbing fibre afferents make their vital contribution to cerebellar function. However, little is known about whether theExpand
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A comparison of self-focus versus attentional explanations of choking.
This study examined attentional processes underlying skilled motor performance in threatening situations. Twenty-four trained participants performed a simulated rally driving task under conditionsExpand
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The role of effort in moderating the anxiety – performance relationship: Testing the prediction of processing efficiency theory in simulated rally driving
Abstract We tested some of the key predictions of processing efficiency theory using a simulated rally driving task. Two groups of participants were classified as either dispositionally high or lowExpand
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An internal model of a moving visual target in the lateral cerebellum
In order to overcome the relatively long delay in processing visual feedback information when pursuing a moving visual target, it is necessary to predict the future trajectory of the target if it isExpand
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Eye Movements Drive Steering: Reduced Eye Movement Distribution Impairs Steering and Driving Performance
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We examined whether changing internal states in a way that also restricts eye movements reduces coordination and affects performance. Expand
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Alcohol Badly Affects Eye Movements Linked to Steering, Providing for Automatic in-Car Detection of Drink Driving
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Driving is a classic example of visually guided behavior in which the eyes move before some other action. Expand
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Cautious gait in relation to knowledge and vision of height: is altered visual information the dominant influence?
For some people, visual exposure creates difficulty with movement and balance, yet the mechanisms causing this are poorly understood. The altered visual environment is an obvious possible cause ofExpand
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Lateral cerebellum: functional localization within crus I and correspondence to cortical zones
The present study investigates the functional connections of different parts of the medial‐most folium of crus I in the cat cerebellar hemisphere. Three areas were identified physiologically byExpand
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