Using a clinically oriented framework, this reference describes the basic aspects of eye movement control as well as clinical implications and practical use. Covers basic eye movement systems and eye movement recording systems along with listings of the various types, costs and characteristics of each. Extensive use of graphics, case studies and original eye movement recordings makes it an easy-to-use resource.With aid of a carefully labeled diagram, describe the results of Westheimera#39;s experiment concerning pulse and step stimuli. How does this ... Stark L: The main sequence, a tool for studying human eye movements, Math Biosci 24:194, 1975. 7.
|Title||:||Eye Movement Basics for the Clinician|
|Author||:||Kenneth J. Ciuffreda, Barry Tannen|
|Publisher||:||Mosby Incorporated - 1995|