Torsional and horizontal vestibular ocular reflex adaptation: three-dimensional eye movement analysis

@article{Solomon2003TorsionalAH,
  title={Torsional and horizontal vestibular ocular reflex adaptation: three-dimensional eye movement analysis},
  author={Dennis Solomon and D. S. Zee and Dominik Straumann},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={152},
  pages={150-155}
}
This study used visual-vestibular conflict to effect short-term torsional and horizontal adaptation of the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR). Seven normal subjects underwent sinusoidal whole-body rotation about the earth-vertical axis for 40 min (±37°/s, 0.3 Hz) while viewing a stationary radial pattern fixed to the chair (×0 viewing). During adaptation and testing in darkness, the head was pitched either up or down 35° to excite both the horizontal and torsional VOR. The eyes were kept close to… CONTINUE READING

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