Using the eye-movement system to control the head.

@article{Gilchrist1998UsingTE,
  title={Using the eye-movement system to control the head.},
  author={Iain D. Gilchrist and Valerie Brown and John M. Findlay and Michael Patrick Clarke},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={1998},
  volume={265 1408},
  pages={1831-6}
}
We tested the hypothesis that A.I., a subject who has total ophthalmoplegia, resulting in a lack of eye movements, used her head to orientate in a qualitatively similar way to eye-based orientating of control subjects. We used four classic eye-movement paradigms and measured A.I.'s head movements while she performed the tasks. These paradigms were (i) the… CONTINUE READING