Short-latency visual stabilization mechanisms that help to compensate for translational disturbances of gaze.

  • Fayth Miles
  • Published 1999 in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences


Recent studies in primates have revealed short-latency visual tracking mechanisms that help to stabilize the eyes during translational disturbances of the observer, and so operate as backups to otolith-mediated vestibulo-ocular reflexes. One such mechanism generates version eye movements to help stabilize gaze when the moving observer looks off to one side… (More)


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