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Optokinetic sensations of movement have been investigated by means of a moving pattern of stripes presented in the periphery of the visual field. Linear sensations of movement occur. The more peripheral in the visual field the pattern is presented, the more sensitive the retina becomes. Stimuli perpendicular to the horizontal meridian evoke stronger(More)
With the help of a moving stripe-pattern, generated onto a monitor screen, adjusted to the peripheral visual acuity, a local stimulation in the peripheral field of vision of one eye was carried out. During this stimulation no optokinetic nystagmus was observed. After the stimulating objects were brought to a halt, brief movement sensations in the opposite(More)
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