Tatsuhisa Hasegawa

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The progression of visual and mental strain in VDT work was investigated through an experimentally-designed VDT task providing a number of stressors including pacing, repetition, judgment and output decisions. We measured the effects of CFF (critical fusion frequency), TAF (the ability to maintain concentration), EEG (electroencephalogram) and near-point(More)
Periodic alternating nystagmus (PAN) is a form of horizontal jerk nystagmus characterized by periodic reversals in direction. We report a case who exhibited transient PAN induced by caloric stimulation. The patient was a 75-year-old male. He had experienced floating sensation in January 2010. Eight months later, he was referred to our university hospital.(More)
We usually move both our eyes and our head when pursuing a high-speed moving object. However, the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR), evoked by head motion, seems to disturb smooth pursuit eye movement because the VOR stabilizes the gaze against head motion. To determine whether head motion is advantageous for pursuing a high-speed moving object, we examined(More)
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