Canal-otolith interactions after off-vertical axis rotations I. Spatial reorientation of horizontal vestibuloocular reflex.

@article{JaggiSchwarz2000CanalotolithIA,
  title={Canal-otolith interactions after off-vertical axis rotations I. Spatial reorientation of horizontal vestibuloocular reflex.},
  author={Karin Jaggi-Schwarz and Hubert Misslisch and B. J. M. Hess},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={83 3},
  pages={
          1522-35
        }
}
We examined the three-dimensional (3-D) spatial orientation of postrotatory eye velocity after horizontal off-vertical axis rotations by varying the final body orientation with respect to gravity. Three rhesus monkeys were oriented in one of two positions before the onset of rotation: pitched 24 degrees nose-up or 90 degrees nose-up (supine) relative to the earth-horizontal plane and rotated at +/-60 degrees /s around the body-longitudinal axis. After 10 turns, the animals were stopped in 1 of… CONTINUE READING

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