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  • Human optokinetic nystagmus and spatial frequency. 

    Waddington, J; Harris, CM (United States, 2015)
    Optokinetic nystagmus (OKN) is a fundamental oculomotor response to retinal slip generated during natural movement through the environment. The timing and amplitude of the compensatory slow phases (SPs) alternating with ...
  • Human optokinetic nystagmus: a stochastic analysis. 

    Waddington, J; Harris, CM (United States, 2012-10-07)
    Optokinetic nystagmus (OKN) is a fundamental gaze-stabilizing response found in almost all vertebrates, in which eye movements attempt to compensate for the optic flow caused by self-motion. It is an alternating sequence ...

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