Cross-axis adaptation of torsional components in the yaw-axis vestibulo-ocular reflex

@article{Trillenberg2002CrossaxisAO,
  title={Cross-axis adaptation of torsional components in the yaw-axis vestibulo-ocular reflex},
  author={Peter Trillenberg and Mark Shelhamer and Dale Roberts and David S. Zee},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={148},
  pages={158-165}
}
The three pairs of semicircular canals within the labyrinth are not perfectly aligned with the pulling directions of the six extraocular muscles. Therefore, for a given head movement, the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) depends upon central neural mechanisms that couple the canals to the muscles with the appropriate functional gains in order to generate a response that rotates the eye the correct amount and around the correct axis. A consequence of these neural connections is a cross-axis… CONTINUE READING
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