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Horizontal saccade dynamics across the human life span.
PURPOSE To investigate saccade dynamics as a function of age to determine whether they follow the pattern of development and decline predicted by Weale's model of aging. METHODS One hundredExpand
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Saccades in children
Saccades are necessary for optimal vision. Little is known about saccades in children. We recorded saccades using an infrared eye tracker in 39 children, aged 8-19 years. Participants made saccadesExpand
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Smooth pursuit eye movements in children
Smooth pursuit eye movements consists of slow eye movements that approximate the velocity of the eyes to that of a small moving target, so that target image is kept at or near the fovea. LittleExpand
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Effect of stimulus type on the eye movements of children.
PURPOSE The authors investigated whether pictures elicit superior response rates and eye movement dynamics on saccade and pursuit tasks than do dots or spots of light and whether the need for moreExpand
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Leonardo da Vinci's Struggles with Representations of Reality
Virtual reality systems seek to simulate real scenes so that they will be seen as three-dimensional. The issues at the heart of virtual reality are old ones. Leonardo da Vinci struggled with theExpand
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Fixation stability, fixation location, and visual acuity after successful macular hole surgery.
PURPOSE This study examined whether changes in fixation stability and fixation location are good predictors of visual acuity after successful macular hole surgery. METHODS Ten patients with macularExpand
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Saccadic adaptation in Chiari type II malformation.
BACKGROUND Saccadic adaptation corrects errors in saccadic amplitude. Experimentally-induced saccadic adaptation provides a method for studying motor learning. The cerebellum is a major participantExpand
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Value of Routine Eye Examinations in Asymptomatic Patients
Purpose To determine if routine eye examinations in asymptomatic patients result in spectacle prescription change, new critical diagnosis, or new management of existing conditions. We alsoExpand
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Eye and head movement alterations in naïve progressive addition lens wearers.
AIMS To examine adaptation to progressive addition lenses (PALs) by investigating eye and head movement strategies of individuals naïve to PAL wear; to determine whether adaptation is a short-termExpand
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Square wave jerks in children and adolescents.
Square wave jerks are involuntary, horizontal, saccadic intrusions that interrupt fixation. Each square wave jerk consists of an initial saccade that moves the fovea away from the intended positionExpand
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