Human eye movements associated with blinks and prolonged eyelid closure.

@article{Collewijn1985HumanEM,
  title={Human eye movements associated with blinks and prolonged eyelid closure.},
  author={Han Collewijn and Johannes van der Steen and Robert M. Steinman},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1985},
  volume={54 1},
  pages={11-27}
}
Eye movements associated with eyelid closure were recorded in human subjects with search coils, embedded in self-adhering scleral annuli, in a magnetic field. In contrast to classical notions, voluntary as well as reflex blinks were consistently accompanied by transient downward and nasalward movements of both eyes with amplitudes 1-5 degrees. These eye movements had a shorter duration than the upper lid movements, and the shapes of the spatial trajectories of eye and lid movements were not… CONTINUE READING
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