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Biofeedback techniques were used to alter congenital nystagmus (CN) in an albino. In response to auditory cues, the patient was able to reduce the amplitude of the nystagmus by 50% or more. In response to a combination of auditory and visual cues, the patient was able to alter the waveform of the nystagmus in such a manner that progressively larger portions(More)
Normal subjects were trained to look to the side of a small, flickering target in order to make this target disappear within the physiological blind spot of the right eye. Subsequently, subjects aimed the eye more eccentrically when the target was nearer and less eccentrically when the target was farther than when it was at the training distance of 1.5 m.(More)
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