Human discrimination of rotational velocities

@article{Mallery2010HumanDO,
  title={Human discrimination of rotational velocities},
  author={Robert M. Mallery and Osarenoma U. Olomu and Rosalie M. Uchanski and Valentin A. Militchin and Timothy E Hullar},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={204},
  pages={11-20}
}
Vestibular reflexes are critically important for stabilizing gaze and maintaining posture, but comparatively little is known about conscious perceptions of vestibular stimuli and how they may relate to balance function. We used psychophysical methods to determine the ability of normal subjects and a vestibular-deficient subject to discriminate among velocities of earth-vertical sinusoidal rotations. Discrimination thresholds in normal subjects rose from 2.26 deg/s at a peak velocity of 20 deg/s… CONTINUE READING

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