Brain stem and cortical contributions to the generation of horizontal optokinetic eye movements in humans.

Abstract

We evaluated the subcortical pathways' contribution to human adults' horizontal OKN by using a method similar to that used previously with cats (Harris & Smith, 1990; Smith & Harris, 1991). Five normal adults viewed plaids composed of two drifting sinusoidal gratings arranged such that their individual directions of drift were 60 deg or more from the… (More)

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@article{Harris1993BrainSA, title={Brain stem and cortical contributions to the generation of horizontal optokinetic eye movements in humans.}, author={Laurence R. Harris and Terri L. Lewis and Daphne Maurer}, journal={Visual neuroscience}, year={1993}, volume={10 2}, pages={247-59} }