Asymmetries and three-dimensional features of vestibular cross-coupled stimuli illuminated through modeling.

@article{Holly2016AsymmetriesAT,
  title={Asymmetries and three-dimensional features of vestibular cross-coupled stimuli illuminated through modeling.},
  author={Jan E. Holly and Mona Masood and Chiran S Bhandari},
  journal={Journal of vestibular research : equilibrium & orientation},
  year={2016},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={
          343-358
        }
}
Head movements during sustained rotation can cause angular cross-coupling which leads to tumbling illusions. Even though angular vectors predict equal magnitude illusions for head movements in opposite directions, the magnitudes of the illusions are often surprisingly asymmetric, such as during leftward versus rightward yaw while horizontal in a centrifuge. This paper presents a comprehensive investigation of the angular-linear stimulus combinations from eight different published papers in… CONTINUE READING

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