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For other uses, see Eye movement (disambiguation) ... Eye movements are thus very important for visual perception, and any failure to ...
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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, an information processing psychotherapy ... Saccade – a fast movement of an eye, head, or other part of an ...
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The first type of eye movements believed to have evolved are therefore those ... These eye movements, produced reflexively by visual or auditory alerting stimuli, ...
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Eye movements tell a lot about vision, even if a child is pre-verbal. ... These eye movements can be constant or intermittent. ...
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A portal linking you to eye movement information and resources around the world. ... eye movement research portal. a-z main menu ...
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eye movements We move our eyes for a variety of reasons. ... For predictable target movements of modest velocity, eye velocity comes close to ...
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saccade n. A rapid intermittent eye movement, as that which occurs when the eyes fix on one point after another in the visual field
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Depending on the cause, these movements may be in both eyes or in just one eye. ... The involuntary eye movements of nystagmus are caused by abnormal function in ...
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Eye movements are a behavior that can be measured and their measurement provides ... 1 Basic characteristics of eye movements in visual cognition ...
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Offers eye movement tips in order to test whether someone is lying. ... who would be your guinea pig, observe their eye movements and record the results. ...
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... diagnostic guides, medical books excerpts online about Eye movement symptoms. ... rapid involuntary eye movements. Adams Nance syndrome ... nystagmus ...
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Eye movements are controlled by muscles innervated by cranial nerves III, IV and ... The movements of the eye include: adduction (the pupil directing toward the nose) ...
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Are eye movements considered essential to EMDR? - What has research determined about EMDR's eye movement component? - Do eye movements contribute to outcome in EMDR? ...
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In addition, rapid eye movement occurs during REM sleep. ... The movements of the eye are slightly different in that the eyes ... Template:Eye movement muscles ...
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EYE MOVEMENT RECORDING. We propose to use two eye tracking systems in our ... The DPI eyetracker can measure eye movements with a frequency response of up to ...
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The involuntary eye movements of nystagmus are caused by abnormal function in ... Because control of eye movements is affected by input from the labyrinth (the ...
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Nonetheless, eye movements have generally been considered more part of the ... NLP Representational Systems - Eye Movement Aphasic ...
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The online version of Eye Movements on ScienceDirect, the world's leading ... Part 6: Eye movements as a method for investigating spoken language processing ...
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Even though our eyes constantly flit around, we perceive a coherent scene. ... cortex and the motor region responsible for eye movements has remained elusive. ...
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