Smooth pursuit eye movement adaptation in high level gymnasts.

@article{Laberg2012SmoothPE,
  title={Smooth pursuit eye movement adaptation in high level gymnasts.},
  author={Christoph von La{\ss}berg and K. Beykirch and J. Campos and J. Krug},
  journal={Motor control},
  year={2012},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={
          176-94
        }
}
This study investigated long-term adaptations of smooth pursuit eye movement characteristics in high-level gymnasts and compared these responses to those of nonathletes. Gymnasts were selected because of their exceptional ability to spatially orient during fast, multiaxial whole body rotations. Participants were tested with standardized and supra-maximal sinusoidal smooth pursuit measurements. The results showed significantly higher gain values in top-level gymnasts, followed by young federal… Expand
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