A review on eye movement studies in childhood and adolescent psychiatry

  title={A review on eye movement studies in childhood and adolescent psychiatry},
  author={N. Rommelse and S. Stigchel and J. Sergeant},
  journal={Brain and Cognition},
  • N. Rommelse, S. Stigchel, J. Sergeant
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Brain and Cognition
  • The neural substrates of eye movement measures are largely known. Therefore, measurement of eye movements in psychiatric disorders may provide insight into the underlying neuropathology of these disorders. Visually guided saccades, antisaccades, memory guided saccades, and smooth pursuit eye movements will be reviewed in various childhood psychiatric disorders. The four aims of this review are (1) to give a thorough overview of eye movement studies in a wide array of psychiatric disorders… CONTINUE READING
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