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*  Parinaud's syndrome
... or slower movements of the abducting eye than the adducting eye during horizontal saccades, see-saw nystagmus and associated ...
*  Eye movement
Instead, our eyes make short and rapid movements called saccades. During each saccade the eyes move as fast as they can and the ... the point at which a saccade jumps to) and saccades between readers and even for the same person reading a single passage of ... Saccades are the rapid movement of eyes that is used while scanning a visual scene. In our subjective impression, the eyes do ... A core aspect of studies in this area is the division of eye movements into the rapid movement of the eyes (saccades), and the ...
*  Attentional shift
Nobre, A.C.; Gitelman, D.R.; Dias, E.C.; Mesulam, M.M. (March 2000). "Covert visual spatial orienting and saccades: Overlapping ... Kowler, E; Anderson, E; Dosher, B; Blaser, E (July 1995). "The role of attention in the programming of saccades". Vision ... Deubel, H; Schneider, W (June 1996). "Saccade target selection and object recognition: evidence for a common attentional ...
*  Saccade
... saccade production can be cut nearly in half (express saccades). These saccades are generated by a neuronal mechanism that ... During such gaze saccades, first the eye produces a saccade to get gaze on target, whereas the head follows more slowly and the ... When a visual stimulus is seen before a saccade, subjects are still able to make another saccade back to that image, even if it ... Visually guided saccades can be further subcategorized: A reflexive saccade is triggered exogenously by the appearance of a ...
*  Aging movement control
1987). "Senescent saccades. Effects of aging on their accuracy, latency and velocity". Acta Otolaryngol. 104 (5-6): 422-8. doi: ...
*  Paramedian pontine reticular formation
The angular velocity of the eye during horizontal saccade ranges from 100 to 700 degrees per second. Larger saccades have ... The rostral PPRF probably coordinates vertical saccades; the caudal PPRF may be the generator of horizontal saccades. In ... movement that initiates a saccade. In the case of horizontal saccades the "pulse" information is conveyed via axonal fibres to ... It is involved in the coordination of eye movements, particularly horizontal gaze and saccades. The PPRF is located anterior ...
*  Vivienne Dick
Saccade 2002. Excluded by the Nature of Things, DVD pour trois écrans 1999. Two Be Two 1994. A Skinny Little Man Attacked Daddy ...
*  Tauba Auerbach
New York: Diagonal Press (2014). Saccade 1. Tauba Auerbach. New York: Diagonal Press (2013). Saccade 2. Tauba Auerbach. New ... York: Diagonal Press (2013). Saccade 3. Tauba Auerbach. New York: Diagonal Press (2013). Projective Ornament. Claude Bragdon. ...
*  Leigh disease
Slow saccades are also sometimes seen. The heart and lungs can also fail as a result of Leigh disease. Hypertrophic ...
*  Free energy principle
Friston, K., Adams, R. A., Perrinet, L. & Breakspear, M., (2012). Perceptions as hypotheses: saccades as experiments. Front ... saccades and visual search, eye movements, sleep, illusions, attention, action selection, hysteria and psychosis. Action- ...
*  Hering's law of equal innervation
The law proposes that conjugacy of saccades is due to innate connections in which the eye muscles responsible for each eye's ... Enright J.T. (1984). "Changes in vergence mediated by saccades". J Physiol. 350: 9-31. Helmholtz, H. (1910). Treatise on ... Enright J.T. (1984). "Changes in vergence mediated by saccades". J Physiol. 350: 9-31. Sherrington's law of reciprocal ... Yarbus showed experimentally that binocular eyes movements are indeed composed mostly of combinations of saccades and vergence ...
*  Change blindness
forced saccades by moving the image and making a change in the scene at the same time. Observers' ability to detect the changes ... A change is made in an image at the same time as the image is moved in an unpredictable direction, forcing a saccade. This ... This was called the saccade target theory of transsaccadic memory of visual stability. However, other research in the mid-1990s ... Active viewing involves more saccades than fixations. When viewing an image with a more passive search, more information is ...
*  Word recognition
Saccades are separated by fixations, which are moments when the eyes are not moving. During saccades, visual sensitivity is ... Since saccades and fixations are indicative of word recognition, electrooculography (EOG) is used to measure eye movements and ... Lexical processing does, however, continue during saccades. The timing and accuracy of word recognition relies on where in the ... Eyes make brief, unnoticeable movements called saccades approximately three to four times per second. ...
*  Hick's law
John, A.; Abrams, R. A.; Snyder, L. H. (2008). "An anti-Hick's effect in monkey and human saccade reaction times". Journal of ... Kveraga, K.; Boucher, L.; Hughes, H. C. (2002). "Saccades operate in Violation of Hick's law". Experimental Brain Research. 146 ... and saccade responses, where it was shown that there is either no relationship, or a decrease in the saccadic time with the ...
*  Conjugate gaze palsy
"Saccades - definition of Saccades in the Medical dictionary - by the Free Online Medical Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia ... Saccades are very quick involuntary eye movements. The paramedian pontine reticular formation(PPRF), also in the pons is ... This can also cause slowed horizontal saccadic movements and failure for the eye to reach its target location during saccades. ... This damage normally happens in the oculomotor nucleus of the midbrain As in horizontal saccadic palsy, the saccades are ...
*  Transsaccadic memory
If attention was what decided the location of the target then the saccade latency period would be longer for saccades made away ... Blanking a target after a saccade eliminates an attempt to make a second saccade, resulting in the visual system failing to ... Each trial the identity of the letters, numerical saccade target and the location of the numerical saccade target were chosen ... acting as a saccade target. The dot pattern disappeared when the saccade was initiated. Another dot pattern then appeared in ...
*  Executive functions
Hasegawa, RP; Peterson, BW; Goldberg, ME (August 2004). "Prefrontal neurons coding suppression of specific saccades". Neuron. ...
*  Insular cortex
Anderson TJ, Jenkins IH, Brooks DJ, Hawken MB, Frackowiak RS, Kennard C (October 1994). "Cortical control of saccades and ...
*  Antisaccade task
... by assessing the brain's ability to inhibit the reflexive saccade. To perform the anti-saccade task, a patient is asked to ... The anti-saccade test was initially described in 1978 by Peter Hallet when he was a faculty member at the Department of ... Anti-saccades require an intention to will the movement and inhibit a reflexive response. It was therefore thought that the ... Anti-saccades required increased activation of the FEF, SMA and putamen. Currently, the AS task is utilized as a gross ...
*  Attentional control
doi:10.1016/0163-6383(93)80001-o. Johnson, M. H. (1995). "THE INHIBITION OF AUTOMATIC SACCADES IN EARLY INFANCY". Developmental ...
*  Eye tracking
Fixational eye movements include micro saccades: small, involuntary saccades that occur during attempted fixation. Most ... Preparing a saccade towards a new goal takes around 200 ms.[citation needed] Scanpaths are useful for analyzing cognitive ... "Obligatory adaptation of saccade gains. J Neurophysiol. 2008 Mar;99(3):1554-8 Robinson, D. A. A method of measuring eye ... By examining fixations, saccades, pupil dilation, blinks and a variety of other behaviors, researchers can determine a great ...
*  Mind-wandering
... sometimes occurs as a result of saccades. In an antisaccade task, for example, subjects with higher working ... Higher working memory capacity is associated with fewer saccades toward environmental cues. Mind-wandering has been shown to be ... individual differences in voluntary saccade control". Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 30 ( ...
*  Pars reticulata
I. Relation of visual and auditory responses to saccades". Journal of Neurophysiology. 49 (5): 1230-53. PMID 6864248. Hikosaka ... Memory-contingent visual and saccade responses". Journal of Neurophysiology. 49 (5): 1268-84. PMID 6864250. Hikosaka, O; Wurtz ... This is largely involved in orientation and the control of eye movements in stabilisation of gaze and in saccades. The function ...
*  Listing's law
In this case, saccades take on torsional components equal and opposite to the oncoming torsional movements such that Listing's ... Listing's law holds during fixation, saccades, and smooth pursuit. Furthermore, Listing's law has been generalized to the ... making saccades, or pursuing moving visual targets. Listing's law (often abbreviated L1) has been generalized to yield the ... gaze saccades' are accompanied by a head movement, Listing's law cannot be maintained constantly because VOR movements occur ...
*  Saccadic masking
A saccade is a fast eye motion, and because it is a motion that is optimised for speed, there is inevitable blurring of the ... If the peak velocity of the saccade (height of the peak of the curve) is at least as large as the angular velocity of the ... Changing the point of gaze is done as saccades. If, due to the car's motion, the track is 'escaping' to one's left, a left- ... Yet, it finishes as soon as the image on the retina has stabilized, whether due to finishing of the saccade itself or not. ...