The effects of constraining vision and eye movements on whole-body coordination during standing turns

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Turning the body towards a new direction is normally achieved via a top-down synergy whereby gaze (eye direction in space) leads the upper body segments, which in turn lead the feet. These anticipatory eye movements are observable even in darkness and constraining the initial eye movements modifies the stereotyped top-down reorientation sequence. Our aim… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-017-5079-0

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