Ting-Jung Chen

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The antisaccadic paradigm can be applied to test the suppression of reflexive saccades and the activation of volitional saccades simultaneously. The impaired frontal cortex has been shown to have difficulty in suppressing reflexive saccade (prosaccade) to make a successful antisaccade. Degraded antisaccade performance can also be observed in patients with(More)
Cytoskeleton plays important roles in intracellular force equilibrium and extracellular force transmission from/to attaching substrate through focal adhesions (FAs). Numerical simulations of intracellular force distribution to describe dynamic cell behaviors are still limited. The tensegrity structure comprises tension-supporting cables and(More)
Traditional parameters, such as latency and peak velocity, have been used for quantitative analysis of saccade dynamics. However, saccades of equal magnitude which differ substantially in dynamics may still have the same peak velocity. This lack of selectivity might degrade the efficacy of the peak velocity measurement in discriminating patients from normal(More)
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