*  Platt ML[au] - PubMed - NCBI
Eye and head movements shape gaze shifts in Indian peafowl.. Yorzinski JL, Patricelli GL, Platt ML, Land MF. ... Rhesus monkeys show human-like changes in gaze following across the lifespan. ...
  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?cmd=search&term=Platt+ML%5Bau%5D&dispmax=50
*  Hierarchical control of two-dimensional gaze saccades | SpringerLink
Coordinating the movements of different body parts is a challenging process for the central nervous system because of several ... Gaze shift initiation and volitional head movements. Journal of Neurophysiology, 88(4), 2000-2018.PubMedGoogle Scholar ... Collins, C., & Barnes, G. (1999). Independent control of head and gaze movements during head-free pursuit in humans. The ... Freedman, E., & Sparks, D. (1997). Eye-head coordination during head-unrestrained gaze shifts in rhesus monkeys. Journal of ...
  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10827-013-0477-1
*  Oculesics - Wikipedia
"Emotionally expressive head and body movement during gaze shifts" (PDF). University of Southern California. (Retrieved 9 June ... Side to side movement, however, can indicate that a person is lying. Gazing - Staring at someone means that a person shows ... The head position can also come into play, however, as an upwards look with a lowered head can be a coy, suggestive action. ... Oculesics, a subcategory of kinesics, is the study of eye movement, eye behavior, gaze, and eye-related nonverbal communication ...
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*  Search | JOV | ARVO Journals
Contribution of head movements to gaze shift during visual search in a large visual field ... TAGS: eye movement, motion, motion perception, perception, pursuit, smooth, photopsia, pursuit eye movement Journal of Vision. ... Smooth pursuit eye movements and motion perception share motion signals in slow and fast motion mechanisms PDF ...
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Contribution of head movements to gaze shift during visual search in a large visual field ...
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*  Visual fMRI Responses in Human Superior Colliculus Show a Te by Eunice Silva on Prezi
... suggest the possibility that the superior colliculus plays a role in the control of head movements independent of gaze shifts.' ... Role of the Primate Superior Colliculus in the Control of Head Movements. Journal of NeurophysiologyPublished 1 October 2007Vol ...
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*  Lining Up Our Sights - Neuroscience News
When we shift the direction of our gaze, head and eye movements are normally highly coordinated with each other. Indeed, from ... "We assume that gaze shift control in these patients can be enhanced by a rehabilitation training based on active head movements ... The question if patients with partial vestibulopathy can optimize gaze shift behavior by engaging in active head movements is ... healthy subjects are able to select the combination of eye and head movements that minimizes gaze shift variability," says ...
  http://neurosciencenews.com/vestibular-system-gaze-orientation-neurology-882/
*  Frontiers | A kinematic model for 3-D head-free gaze-shifts | Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience
... head-unrestrained gaze-shifts. The model was designed to account for major principles in the known behavior, such as gaze ... head-unrestrained gaze-shifts. The model was designed to account for major principles in the known behavior, such as gaze ... the experimentally observed 3-D trajectories of eye and head motion during gaze-shifts. We then use this model to simulate how ... the experimentally observed 3-D trajectories of eye and head motion during gaze-shifts. We then use this model to simulate how ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fncom.2015.00072/full
*  Head and eye gaze dynamics during visual attention shifts in complex environments | JOV | ARVO Journals
... a clear pattern of early head movement, beginning 0.5 s prior to the actual gaze shift, emerges. This early head movement is ... a clear pattern of early head movement, beginning 0.5 s prior to the actual gaze shift, emerges. This early head movement is ... a clear pattern of early head movement, beginning 0.5 s prior to the actual gaze shift, emerges. This early head movement is ... a clear pattern of early head movement, beginning 0.5 s prior to the actual gaze shift, emerges. This early head movement is ...
  http://jov.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2121395
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1990), and coordinated head movements are essential for control of gaze shifts and gaze stabilization (Borel et al. 1994). ... When the trunk is used as the frame of reference for the head movement, the amplitudes of the head and trunk will now be ... Between 1 and 2 Hz, unity gain occurred between head and trunk movements, whereas above 2 Hz the head moved more than the trunk ... Above 2.095 Hz there was an increasing phase lag as the movement of the head was increasingly lagging behind the movement of ...
  http://physreports.physiology.org/content/4/10/e12745
*  Neural Control of Eye-Head Movements - Recent Projects - Freedman Lab - University of Rochester Medical Center
60 degree gaze shift composed of coordinated movements of the eyes and head. The. head contributed ~10 degrees to the overall ... Neural Control of Eye-head Movements Figure 1. Head, eye, and gaze position are plotted as functions of time during a. ... The remaining 50 degrees of the gaze shift were accomplished by the saccadic eye movement.. Note that when the line of sight is ... We are currently studying the role of the brainstem in eye-head coordination, cerebellar contributions to eye-head movements ...
  https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/labs/freedman/projects/neural-control-of-eye-head-movements.aspx
*  Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Suppression during Head-Fixed Saccades Reveals Gaze Feedback Control | Journal of Neuroscience
2008) Oblique gaze shifts: head movements reveal new aspects of component coupling. Prog Brain Res 171:323-330, doi:10.1016/ ... is partially suppressed during large head-free gaze (gaze = eye-in-head + head-in-space) shifts when both the eyes and head are ... When the head opposed the gaze movement, the amplitude of dV was larger (the gaze controller had to accelerate the movement to ... gaze onset − head onset). ΔL , 0 (ΔL , 0) represents a head movement that started after (before) gaze onset. To test whether ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/35/3/1192
*  Eye Movements - The Vestibular Sense & Gaze | Coursera
The vestibular system and gaze control give us so much but are grossly under appreciated. They are so fundamental that we ... ... I've shifted my gaze using a head movement and no-eye movement. ... type of eye movement that we use to change our gaze.. And that ... In this module, you will learn how the inner ear is designed to detect and respond to head movements. You will learn about the ... The Vestibular Sense & Gaze. The vestibular system and gaze control give us so much but are grossly under appreciated. They are ...
  https://zh-tw.coursera.org/learn/neurobiology/lecture/LWOC3/eye-movements
*  Ataxia-telangiectasia - Wikipedia
... difficulty with coordination of head and eye movement when shifting gaze from one place to the next) Involuntary movements ... Control of eye movement is often impaired, affecting visual functions that require fast, accurate eye movements from point to ... early in their course manifest difficulty with initiation of gaze shifts, and the absence of ocular telangiectasia, but ... Problems with eye movement control make it difficult for people with A-T to read, yet most fully understand the meaning and ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ataxia-telangiectasia
*  Frontiers | Training Attention to the Other's Need Improves Helping Behaviors in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A...
... and we measured their head movements before initiating the helping behavior (i.e., pre-helping behavior). As a result of SST, ... and we measured their head movements before initiating the helping behavior (i.e., pre-helping behavior). As a result of SST, ... The amplitude of head movement is proportional to the amplitude of gaze shift amplitude for capturing visual targets in human ( ... Barnes, G. R. (1979). Vestibulo-ocular function during coordinated head and eye movements to acquire visual targets. J. Physiol ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/feduc.2017.00050/full
*  Head and eye movements and the role of memory limitations in a visual search paradigm | JOV | ARVO Journals
... where head movements were a regular feature even for small gaze shifts. In experiments by Pelz et al. (2001), head movements ... without a head movement component. Here we extend this paradigm to larger gaze shifts involving both eye and head movements. We ... head movements interact with eye movements to carry out gaze shifts. Within the functional range of eye movements (up to ±22°; ... The question whether head movements impose additional costs on gaze shifts has been addressed by a correlation analysis of head ...
  http://jov.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2122280
*  Frontiers | The effect of oral motor activity on the athletic performance of professional golfers | Psychology
These findings were reinforced by impact variables such as club head speed and ball speed, which were, also, not indicative of ... These findings were reinforced by impact variables such as club head speed and ball speed, which were, also, not indicative of ... enabling the subjects to shift their gaze from the monitor to the ball without much head movement. ... Abrahams, V. C. (1977). The physiology of neck muscles; their role in head movement and maintenance of posture. Can. J. Physiol ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00750/full
*  Frontiers | Task, muscle and frequency dependent vestibular control of posture | Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience
... while in neck muscles they are maintained regardless of the requirement to maintain head on trunk balance. Recent ... while in neck muscles they are maintained regardless of the requirement to maintain head on trunk balance. Recent ... Gaze shift initiation and volitional head movements. J. Neurophysiol. 88, 2000-2018. doi: 10.1152/jn.00960.2001 ... to the vestibulo-ocular response for the coordination of eye-head movements as well as head postural control during gaze shifts ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnint.2014.00094/full
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... neurons does not seem necessary because eye and head movements in the cat are strongly coupled during combined gaze shifts ( ... 1994) Gaze shifts evoked by stimulation of the superior colliculus in the head-free cat conform to the motor map but also ... 1991) Control of orienting gaze shifts by the tectoreticulospinal system in the head-free cat. III. Spatiotemporal ... the terminations of TRSNs in the PPRF could contact reticulospinal neurons controlling head movements and eye-head synergies in ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/18/23/10219
*  Right-Left Asymmetries in the Whisking Behavior of Rats Anticipate Head Movements | Journal of Neuroscience
... the spatial asymmetries are analogous to the saccade that occurs during the initial portion of a combined head-eye gaze shift, ... Right-Left Asymmetries in the Whisking Behavior of Rats Anticipate Head Movements. R. Blythe Towal and Mitra J. Hartmann ... Correction for Towal et al., Right-Left Asymmetries in the Whisking Behavior of Rats Anticipate Head Movements - October 04, ... of the world would seem to require that rats adjust the bilateral symmetry of whisker movements in response to head movements. ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/26/34/8838
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We used head-fixed mice to simplify monitoring and analysis of eye movements (Fig. 1A,B; see Materials and Methods for details ... just as primates do when they make larger gaze shifts (Gandhi and Katnani, 2011). A more natural setup, allowing both eye and ... 2A). Because the eye movements were generally very small along the dorsoventral axis in the head-fixed mice, we focused our ... Eye movement maps in the mouse SC. A, Data from an example mouse showing the progressive change of right eye movement amplitude ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/35/35/12281
*  OT Role in Visual Screening and Referral for Individuals with Neurological Impairment in an Inpatient Setting - PDF
... difficulty shifting gaze, inability to isolate head/eye movements.. 11 Smooth Pursuits/Visual Scanning Smooth Pursuit ... 12 Oculomotor Range of Motion Oculomotor range of motion Ability to achieve the extreme movements of gaze in various directions ... EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CONSEQUENCES OF HEAD INJURY Traumatic brain injury EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CONSEQUENCES OF HEAD ... 15 Visual Midline Shift Syndrome Visual Midline Shift Syndrome A neurological event that often corresponds with hemiplegia or ...
  http://docplayer.net/28045707-Ot-role-in-visual-screening-and-referral-for-individuals-with-neurological-impairment-in-an-inpatient-setting.html
*  Task demands and binocular eye movements | JOV | ARVO Journals
... peak gaze-shift (eye and head movement) speeds and peak eye movement speeds (eye in head movement) were higher, whilst the ... We examined gaze-shift duration as a function of gaze-shift amplitude and, in line with Figure 5, found no effect of the ... Accompanying movements of the head can lead to faster gaze-shift dynamics (Collewijn et al., 1992), possibly through changes in ... Effect of freeing the head on eye movement characteristics during three-dimensional shifts of gaze and tracking. In Berthoz, A ...
  http://jov.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2194313
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Every 2-3 sec a shift of varying angle was made toward a new camera heading. The movie was presented to the monkey six times ... and so there were effectively two to three gaze shifts per second in the stimulus. This recording procedure was an attempt to ... roughly mimic typical eye movements. The recorded movie was transported to a PC and stored as separate frames in a ... This cell responded well to increases ofs relative to l + m and is suppressed when the stimulus shifts to longer wavelengths. ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/22/22/9945
*  Smooth pursuit - Wikipedia
It is one of two ways that visual animals can voluntarily shift gaze, the other being saccadic eye movements. Pursuit differs ... which only occurs during movements of the head and serves to stabilize gaze on a stationary object. Most people are unable to ... An eye movement shifts the orientation of the coil to induce an electric current, which is translated into horizontal and ... There are two basic methods for recording smooth pursuit eye movements, and eye movement in general. The first is with a search ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smooth_pursuit