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Encoding the position of a flashed visual target after passive body rotations

Encoding the position of a flashed visual target after passive body rotations,10.1097/00001756-199505000-00023,Neuroreport,Jean Blouin,Gabriel M. Gaut

Encoding the position of a flashed visual target after passive body rotations   (Citations: 19)
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Journal: Neuroreport , vol. 6, no. 8, 1995
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    • ...Typically, subjects rotated in yaw are unable to accurately update the target position (Baker et al. 2003; Blouin et al. 1995a, b). By contrast, performance is better for roll rotation that involves both canal and otolith stimulation (Angelaki et al. 2009)...

    Jerome Carriotet al. The oculogyral illusion: retinal and oculomotor factors

    • ...The estimation was assessed either verbally (Brown 1966; Blouin et al. 1995b; Jurgens et al. 1999) or through the reproduction of the perceived movement with either selfcontrol re-orienting movement in response to rotation (Metcalfe and Gresty 1992; Siegler et al. 2000; Israel et al. 2006), manual pointing or remote control tasks (Blouin et al. 1995a; Mergner et al. 2001) or the so-called vestibular-memory contingent saccade task ...
    • ...Our results show a signiWcant positive correlation between the imposed body rotation and the saccade amplitude, indicating an accurate perception of the rotation through vestibular inputs, which is in line with previous Wndings (Bloomberg et al. 1988, 1991; Israel et al. 1993; Blouin et al. 1995a, 1997)...

    Gaelle Quarcket al. Eye eccentricity modifies the perception of whole-body rotation

    • ...vestibular memory contingent saccades (Blouin, Gauthier, van Donkelaar, & Vercher, 1995; Isra¨ el, Ventre-Dominey, & Denise, 1999; Klier et al., 2005; Nakamura & Bronstein, 1995)...

    J. Ventre-Domineyet al. Vestibular integration in human cerebral cortex contributes to spatial...

    • ...Individuals generally underestimate their own displacements with respect to space-fixed targets during passive whole-body rotations (Blouin et al., 1995a, b; Israël et al., 1999)...

    Etienne Guillaudet al. Controlling Reaching Movements During Self-Motion: Body-Fixed Versus E...

    • ... When no background was visible, endpoints of the reaching movements were biased in the direction of the subject's rotation (subjects overshot the target, underestimating the magnitude of their rotation, which is consistent with previous studie...

    David A. Westwoodet al. The influence of visual motion on fast reaching movements to a station...

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