Quantitative measurement of saccade amplitude, duration, and velocity

@article{Baloh1975QuantitativeMO,
  title={Quantitative measurement of saccade amplitude, duration, and velocity},
  author={R. Baloh and A. Sills and W. Kumley and V. Honrubia},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={1975},
  volume={25},
  pages={1065 - 1065}
}
  • R. Baloh, A. Sills, +1 author V. Honrubia
  • Published 1975
  • Medicine
  • Neurology
  • A method for rapid, accurate measurement of saccade amplitude, duration, and velocity (average and maximum) was developed as a functional test of the extraocular motor system. Recordings were made with a direct-current electro-oculographic system, and data analysis was performed on a laboratory digital computer. Saccade amplitude and duration were found to be linearly correlated in 25 normal subjects, with a mean slope of 2.7 msec per degree over a large amplitude range. In the same subjects… CONTINUE READING
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