Improving the saccade peak velocity measurement for detecting fatigue.

  title={Improving the saccade peak velocity measurement for detecting fatigue.},
  author={Kati Hirvonen and Sampsa Puttonen and Kristian Gould and Jussi Korpela and Vilhelm F Koefoed and Kiti M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Journal of neuroscience methods},
  volume={187 2},
The aim of the study was to compare saccadic peak velocity (SPV) values measured with video based Fitness Impairment Tester (FIT) and electro-oculography (EOG) during prolonged wakefulness. We tested different numbers of saccades and two saccade paradigms to improve the EOG measurements for detecting fatigue. The SPVs were measured from 11 fast patrol boat navigators with FIT and EOG every sixth hour until 54 h. Subjective sleepiness was assessed with the Karolinska Sleepiness Scale. EOG was… CONTINUE READING

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