Cross axis VOR induced by pursuit training in monkeys: further properties of adaptive responses.

@article{Fukushima2000CrossAV,
  title={Cross axis VOR induced by pursuit training in monkeys: further properties of adaptive responses.},
  author={Kikuro Fukushima and Takayuki Sato and Junko Fukushima and Sergei Kurkin},
  journal={Archives italiennes de biologie},
  year={2000},
  volume={138 1},
  pages={49-62}
}
We have shown recently in alert monkeys that repeated interaction between the pursuit and vestibular systems in the orthogonal plane induces adaptive changes in the VOR. To examine further properties of adaptive cross axis VOR induced by pursuit training, sinusoidal whole body rotation was applied either in the pitch or yaw plane while presenting a target spot that moved orthogonally to the rotation plane with either 90 degrees phase-lead or 90 degrees phase-lag to the chair signal. After one… CONTINUE READING

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