• Publications
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The non-visual impact of eye orientation on eye—hand coordination
  • J. Enright
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Vision Research
  • 1 June 1995
When a peripheral visual stimulus is briefly presented in an empty surround, and an observer is required, after a delay of a few seconds, to point toward the remembered location of that target, theExpand
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Changes in vergence mediated by saccades.
  • J. Enright
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 1 May 1984
When binocular fixation is shifted between two targets which require change in vergence as well as an equivalent or greater alteration in the mean visual direction, the observed eye motions doExpand
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The search for rhythmicity in biological time-series.
  • J. Enright
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Journal of theoretical biology
  • 1 May 1965
Abstract It has often been concluded that subtle, pervasive geophysical stimuli are responsible for the persistence in the laboratory of apparently-spontaneous biological rhythms, i.e. thatExpand
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Temporal precision in circadian systems: a reliable neuronal clock from unreliable components?
  • J. Enright
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Science
  • 26 September 1980
Mutual coupling among oscillators of an ensemble has been proposed to explain the precision of some circadian rhythms. Reciprocal triggering is one of the most familiar forms of mutual coupling inExpand
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Ecological Aspects of Endogenous Rhythmicity
The adaptations of organisms to a particular habitat and community or array of "neighbors" represent the foundation, if not the ultimate objective, of most ecological studies, and it is self-evidentExpand
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Exploring the third dimension with eye movements: Better than stereopsis
Eye movements are usually presumed to be irrelevant for (or detrimental to) stereoacuity. When targets of interest are not adjacent, however, better discrimination of distance can be achieved byExpand
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Diurnal vertical migration: Adaptive significance and timing. Part 1. Selective advantage: A metabolic model1
The diurnal vertical migrations of herbivores usually result in a major decrease in their cxposurc to food, a sacrifice widely considered warranted because visually orienting predators make daylightExpand
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The aftermath of horizontal saccades: Saccadic retraction and cyclotorsion
During horizontal saccades from either nasal or temporal direction, the eye is retracted into its orbit (about 100 micron for 8 degrees saccades), presumably due to co-contraction of the recti. ThatExpand
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Vertical Diurnal Migration and Endogenous Rhythmicity
Experimental studies of mixed populations of marine zooplankton have demonstrated that internal rhythms, synchronized by a light-dark cycle, are of dominant importance for the vertical migration ofExpand
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Stereopsis, cyclotorsional “noise” and the apparent vertical
  • J. Enright
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Vision Research
  • 1990
In principle, stereopsis can be used to evaluate the subjective vertical in a sagittal plane, but temporal variation in cyclotorsion should degrade that ability. Video recordings of eye orientationExpand
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