Visual and vestibular factors influencing vestibular “navigation”

@article{Israel1996VisualAV,
  title={Visual and vestibular factors influencing vestibular “navigation”},
  author={Ina Israel and Adolfo Miguel Bronstein and Ryoji Kanayama and Mary E Faldon and Michael Andrew Gresty},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1996},
  volume={112},
  pages={411-419}
}
In order to elucidate the role of the “starting point” in path integration, normal subjects underwent a self-rotational task in a motor-driven turntable rotating around an earth-vertical axis. They were passively rotated (“stimulus”) and had to return to the starting point, controlling the direction and velocity of the turntable by means of a joystick (“response”). The test included conditions with an earth-fixed target (EFT) as starting point, shown before the stimulus, and conditions without… CONTINUE READING

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