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Long-term adaptive changes in primate vestibuloocular reflex. III. Electrophysiological observations in flocculus of normal monkeys.
1. The discharge characteristics of 1,239 single units recorded in the flocculus of alert monkeys were studied in relation to visual, vestibular, and oculomotor events in a variety of paradigms.Expand
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Short latency ocular-following responses in man.
The ocular-following responses elicited by brief unexpected movements of the visual scene were studied in human subjects. Response latencies varied with the type of stimulus and decreasedExpand
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Short-latency ocular following responses of monkey. I. Dependence on temporospatial properties of visual input.
The ocular following responses elicited by brief unexpected movements of the visual scene were studied in 10 rhesus monkeys. Test patterns were either random dots or sine-wave gratings [spatialExpand
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The neural processing of 3‐D visual information: evidence from eye movements
  • F. Miles
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The European journal of neuroscience
  • 1 March 1998
Primates have several reflexes that generate eye movements to compensate for bodily movements that would otherwise disturb their gaze and undermine their ability to process visual information. TwoExpand
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Plasticity in the vestibulo-ocular reflex: a new hypothesis.
The vestibulo-ocular reflex functions to prevent head movements from disturbing retinal images by generating compensatory eye movements to offset the head movements. In the monkey--the species mainlyExpand
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Binocular Vision and Stereopsis
  • F. Miles
  • Psychology
  • Trends in Neurosciences
  • 1996
The study of binocular stereoscopic vision – our ability to extract depth information from the slight differences in the viewpoints of the two eyes – has attracted great interest from the public asExpand
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Visual Motion and Its Role in the Stabilization of Gaze
Prologue (F.A. Miles and J. Wallman). I. Detecting Visual Motion . 1. Detecting Visual Motion: Theory and Models (A. Borst and M. Egelhaaf). 2. Motion Psychophysics (P. Thompson). 3. MovementExpand
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Ocular responses to linear motion are inversely proportional to viewing distance.
Eye movements exist to improve vision, in part by preventing excessive retinal image slip. Expand
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Initial ocular following in humans: A response to first-order motion energy
Visual motion is sensed by low-level (energy-based) and high-level (feature-based) mechanisms. Ocular following responses (OFR) were elicited in humans by applying horizontal motion to verticalExpand
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