Human Gaze Following Response Is Affected by Visual Acuity

  title={Human Gaze Following Response Is Affected by Visual Acuity},
  author={Marcella Spoor and Behdokht Hosseini and Bart van Alphen and Maarten A. Frens and Jos N van der Geest},
  booktitle={Journal of ophthalmology},
The present study investigated how gaze following eye movements are affected by stimulus contrast and spatial frequency and by aberrations in central visual acuity due to refractive errors. We measured 30 healthy subjects with a range of visual acuities but without any refractive correction. Visual acuity was tested using a Landolt-C chart. Subjects were divided into three groups with low, intermediate, or good visual acuity. Gaze following responses (GFR) to moving Gabor patches were recorded… CONTINUE READING
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