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Involuntary motions of the eye during monocular fixation.
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Eyeblinks and visual suppression.
A technique for bypassing the eyelids permits equivalent visual stimulation of the retina before, during, or after a blink. Sensitivity to these stimuli decreases during voluntary blinks. ThisExpand
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The disappearance of steadily fixated visual test objects.
A system has been devised for causing an image to remain at one point on the retina regardless of eye movements. A beam of light, reflected from a plane mirror on a contact lens, is used to projectExpand
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Contrast sensitivity during saccadic eye movements
Abstract The experiment measured contrast sensitivity of three human observers to sinusoidal gratings presented in 10 msec exposures. The gratings were presented to the steadily fixating eye andExpand
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Suppression of the blackout due to blinks
Abstract An eyeblink causes an almost complete occlusion of light entering the eye. Yet people scarcely notice their blinks and the subjective visual world remains continuous and stable. We firstExpand
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Dependence of visual suppression on the amplitudes of saccades and blinks
Visual suppression accompanying voluntary saccades and eyeblinks was measured for a range of amplitudes of both. Saccade amplitudes varied from 2 to 32 degrees and blink amplitudes varied from aExpand
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Eye Movements Recorded During Convergence and Divergence
The purpose of the present experiments was to record horizontal binocular eye movements during normal amounts of convergence and divergence by a method having satisfactory sensitivity and accuracy.Expand
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Binocular interactions during establishment of McCollough effects
In four experiments we have shown that a McCollough color aftereffect (CAE) built up through one eye may or may not be influenced by simultaneous stimulation of the other eye depending on the kindsExpand
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Electroretinography in cases of night blindness.
  • L. Riggs
  • Medicine
  • American journal of ophthalmology
  • 1 July 1954
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Motions of the retinal image during fixation.
The ability of an observer to maintain steady fixation on a test object is limited by involuntary eye tremor. Such tremor is characteristic of balanced muscular systems such as those serving toExpand
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