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the movement of the eyes

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For the recording of eye movements, two basic measures are used: first eye fixation, which is a relatively stable state of eye position and, second, saccades, which are the rapid eye movements between eye fixations (Rehder, Colner, & Hoffman, 2009).
This new study suggests CD is linked to emotion recognition difficulties and abnormal eye movements in both boys and girls.
Eye movements and the mechanisms by which the brain controls and processes what we choose to look at have been a major focus of neuroscience researchers for decades.
These rapid eye movements the research investigates are not the well-known kind that are within the human sleep cycle, but rather are the movements our eyes make as we shift focus to another location in our field of vision.
Eye movements can be captured with the help of eye trackers and cameras.
When it was explained to her that her eye movements were stress-related, she accepted it as the cause of her problems.
Eye movements were examined and recorded automatically using the Canadian SR Research Limited Co.
The subjects' eye movements were tracked as they viewed a rotating pattern of dots.
Eyeglasses that angle light differently help steady ambient processing, allowing eye movement to follow written text more smoothly.
When people moved their eyes while awake, single neurons in the MTL showed distinct behavior, becoming sluggish just before rapid eye movements and springing into action just afterward.
A new eye-movement test developed by researchers from the University of Aberdeen recognizes unusual eye movements to help clinicians identify major adult psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and severe depression.
At IfADo, the eye movements during reading have now been thoroughly investigated with methods from basic research by the research group "Individual visual performance".
Early research showed that trauma survivors exhibited erratic eye movements when experiencing a disturbing memory.
The speed of these eye movements tended to be consistent in individuals, although they differed from one participant to another.