Idiosyncratic variations in eye–head coupling observed in the laboratory also manifest during spontaneous behavior in a natural setting

@article{Thumser2008IdiosyncraticVI,
  title={Idiosyncratic variations in eye–head coupling observed in the laboratory also manifest during spontaneous behavior in a natural setting},
  author={Zachary C Thumser and Brian S. Oommen and Igor Kofman and John S. Stahl},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={191},
  pages={419-434}
}
The tendency to generate head movements during saccades varies from person to person. Head movement tendencies can be measured as subjects fixate sequences of illuminated targets, but the extent to which such measures reflect eye–head coupling during more natural behaviors is unknown. We quantified head movement tendencies in 20 normal subjects in a conventional laboratory experiment and in an outdoor setting in which the subjects directed their gaze spontaneously. In the laboratory, head… CONTINUE READING

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