Egocentric orientation is influenced by trained voluntary cyclorotary eye movements

@article{Balliet1978EgocentricOI,
  title={Egocentric orientation is influenced by trained voluntary cyclorotary eye movements},
  author={R F Balliet and Ken Nakayama},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1978},
  volume={275},
  pages={214-216}
}
A CYCLOROTARY eye movement is a motor response of the eye made around the visual axis. Counter-rolling of the eye, for example, occurs during lateral head tilt1–5; conjugate rotary nystagmus can be induced by a large rotating field6–9; and disjunctive cyclotorsions can occur during ordinary convergence10,11. Because none of these torsional eye movements can be produced as an isolated voluntary response, eye torsion has always been classified as an involuntary response, a reflex. Using a visual… CONTINUE READING

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