Variables Contributing to the Coordination of Rapid Eye/Head Gaze Shifts

@article{Hanes2006VariablesCT,
  title={Variables Contributing to the Coordination of Rapid Eye/Head Gaze Shifts},
  author={Douglas A. Hanes and Gin McCollum},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={2006},
  volume={94},
  pages={300-324}
}
In this article results of several published studies are synthesized in order to address the neural system for the determination of eye and head movement amplitudes of horizontal eye/head gaze shifts with arbitrary initial head and eye positions. Target position, initial head position, and initial eye position span the space of physical parameters for a planned eye/head gaze saccade. The principal result is that a functional mechanism for determining the amplitudes of the component eye and head… CONTINUE READING
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