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The effect of exposure to repeated angular velocity steps about the earth-vertical axis on the vertical vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) during onside pitch rotation was investigated in normal cats. By contrast with the VOR in the horizontal plane, the amplitude and duration of the vertical VOR did not progressively decrease throughout the repetition of(More)
Bilateral surgical lesions of the flocculus or the nodulo-uvular lobes were performed in the cat. Effects of these lesions on optokinetic and optokinetic afternystagmus OKAN), vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR), visual suppression, and adaptation and habituation of VOR were studied using an identical experimental protocol. After flocculectomy, all these(More)
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