Reproduction of self-rotation duration.

Abstract

The vestibular system detects the velocity of the head even in complete darkness, and thus contributes to spatial orientation. However, during vestibular estimation of linear passive self-motion distance in darkness, healthy human subjects mainly rely on time, and they replicate also stimulus duration when required to reproduce previous self-rotation. We… (More)

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@article{Isral2006ReproductionOS, title={Reproduction of self-rotation duration.}, author={I Isra{\"{e}l and I. Siegler and Sophie Rivaud-Pechoux and Bertrand Gaymard and Pierre Leboucher and M. Ehrette and Alain Berthoz and Charles Pierrot-Deseilligny and Tamar Flash}, journal={Neuroscience letters}, year={2006}, volume={402 3}, pages={244-8} }