Eye-position dependence of torsional velocity during interaural translation, horizontal pursuit, and yaw-axis rotation in humans

@article{Walker2004EyepositionDO,
  title={Eye-position dependence of torsional velocity during interaural translation, horizontal pursuit, and yaw-axis rotation in humans},
  author={Mark F. Walker and Mark Shelhamer and D. S. Zee},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={44},
  pages={613-620}
}
The translational vestibulo-ocular reflex (tVOR) stabilizes an image on the fovea during linear movements of the head. It has been suggested that the tVOR may share pathways with the pursuit system. We asked whether the tVOR and pursuit would be similar in their behavior relative to Listing's Law. We compared torsional eye velocity as a function of vertical orbital position during interaural translation, pursuit, and yaw-axis rotation. We found that the eye-position-dependence of torsion was… CONTINUE READING

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