Neural processing of gravito-inertial cues in humans. II. Influence of the semicircular canals during eccentric rotation.

@article{Merfeld2001NeuralPO,
  title={Neural processing of gravito-inertial cues in humans. II. Influence of the semicircular canals during eccentric rotation.},
  author={Daniel M. Merfeld and L H Zupan and Casey A. Gifford},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={85 4},
  pages={1648-60}
}
All linear accelerometers, including the otolith organs, respond equivalently to gravity and linear acceleration. To investigate how the nervous system resolves this ambiguity, we measured perceived roll tilt and reflexive eye movements in humans in the dark using two different centrifugation motion paradigms (fixed radius and variable radius) combined with two different subject orientations (facing-motion and back-to-motion). In the fixed radius trials, the radius at which the subject was… CONTINUE READING

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