Frequency Responses to Visual Tracking Stimuli May Be Affected by Concussion.

@article{Maruta2017FrequencyRT,
  title={Frequency Responses to Visual Tracking Stimuli May Be Affected by Concussion.},
  author={J. Maruta and Eugene Jaw and Peter Modera and Umesh Rajashekar and L. Spielman and J. Ghajar},
  journal={Military medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={182 S1},
  pages={
          120-123
        }
}
  • J. Maruta, Eugene Jaw, +3 authors J. Ghajar
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Military medicine
  • Human visual tracking performance is known to be reduced with an increase of the target's speed and oscillation frequency, but changes in brain states following a concussion may alter these frequency responses. The goal of this study was to characterize and compare frequency-dependent smooth pursuit velocity degradation in normal subjects and patients who had chronic postconcussion symptoms, and also examine cases of acutely concussed patients. Eye movements were recorded while subjects tracked… CONTINUE READING
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