The interactive contribution of neck muscle proprioception and vestibular stimulation to subjective “straight ahead” orientation in man

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Seventeen normal subjects were asked to direct a laser point to the position they felt to lie exactly straight ahead of their body. Subjects were seated in complete darkness in an approximately spherical cabin in an upright position with the orientation of the trunk and head aligned. For both the horizontal and vertical plane, “straight ahead” judgements… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00243223

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@article{Karnath1994TheIC, title={The interactive contribution of neck muscle proprioception and vestibular stimulation to subjective “straight ahead” orientation in man}, author={H. -O. Karnath and D. Sievering and Michael Fetter}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, year={1994}, volume={101}, pages={140-146} }