Vection increases the magnitude and accuracy of visually evoked postural responses

@article{Thurrell2002VectionIT,
  title={Vection increases the magnitude and accuracy of visually evoked postural responses},
  author={Adrian Thurrell and Adolfo Miguel Bronstein},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={147},
  pages={558-560}
}
Movement of large visual scenes induces an illusion of self-motion (vection) and postural responses. We investigated if the conscious perception of self-motion influences the magnitude and directional accuracy of visually evoked postural responses. Five normal subjects fixated the centre of a large disk rotating in the roll (coronal) plane. The disk was… CONTINUE READING

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