2 edition of Eye movements found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by R. H. S. Carpenter.|
|Series||Vision and visual dysfunction -- vol.8|
|Contributions||Carpenter, R. H. S., 1945-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 339p. :|
|Number of Pages||339|
|ISBN 10||0333474295, 0333527135|
The Neurology of Eye Movements, edition 5, has two interrelated parts. The first comprises a modern synthesis of the anatomical, physiological, and pharmacological substrate for eye movements, including current views on the reflexive and voluntary control of gaze. The second part of the book applies this synthesis to the clinical and. Eye Movement Disorders, by Dr. Agnes Wong, fills a great void in the Ophthalmology and Neurology literature by presenting eye movement disorders in a full-color, highly illustrative format. This text explains eye movement disorders in a concise yet comprehensive manner, which makes it an excellent reference book and an outstanding learning text for anyone trying to Reviews: 1.
This new edition comprises a modern synthesis of the anatomical, physiological, and pharmacological substrate for eye movements, including current views on the reflexive and voluntary control of gaze. This synthesis is based on electrophysiological and inactivation studies in macaque, and behavioural studies in humans that incorporate functional imaging and . The Oxford Handbook of Eye Movements provides a comprehensive review of the entire field of eye movement research. In over fifty articles, it reviews the developments that have so far taken place, the areas actively being researched, and looks at .
Table of Contents. Participants and Contributors. Preface. Part 1: Infant and Developing Mechanisms Eye Movements and Form Perception in Human Infants Louise Hainline The Influence of Peripheral Stimuli on Infant’s Eye Movements Daphne Maurer and Terri L. Lewis Development of Smooth Pursuit in Human Infants Richard N. Aslin Development of . The final sections consider eye movements and reading and language processing and eye movements. Bringing together cutting edge research from and international team of leading psychologists, neuroscientists, and vision researchers, this book is .
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The Neurology of Eye Movements, edition 5, has two interrelated parts. The first comprises a modern synthesis of the anatomical, physiological, and pharmacological substrate for eye movements, including current views on the reflexive and voluntary control of gaze.
This synthesis is based on electrophysiological and inactivation studies in Cited by: The Oxford Handbook of Eye Movements is a 1, page review of the primary research in this rapidly emerging discipline. To give some context*, Galen in the second century displays knowledge of eye movements.
Barany was awarded a Nobel prize for pioneering work on eye movements in /5(4). Eye Movements in Reading: Perceptual and Language Processes focuses on eye movement and cognitive processes as a way to study the reading process.
This book also discusses the different aspects of reading. Organized into seven parts encompassing 26 chapters, this book begins with a discussion on the perceptual and psychophysical factors essential to eye movement during. In contrast, eye movements seem to reflect sentence comprehension processes in a more varied fashion.
This chapter reviews the major word identification factors that affect eye movements and describe the role these eye movement phenomena have played in developing theories of eye movements in reading. There are four basic types of eye movements: saccades, smooth pursuit movements, vergence movements, and vestibulo-ocular movements.
The functions of each type of eye movement are introduced here; in subsequent sections, the neural circuitry responsible for three of these types of movements is presented in more detail (see Chapters 14 and 19 for further discussion of Cited by: Neurodegenerative disorders consist in heterogeneous group of neurological conditions characterized by a wide spectrum of clinical features resulting from a progressive involvement of distinct neuron populations.
Oculomotor abnormalities take a key place in the clinical picture of these disorders because the neurodegenerative processes involve the brain circuits of eye Author: Roberto Rodríguez-Labrada, Yaimeé Vázquez-Mojena, Luis Velázquez-Pérez.
Eye Movements and Measures of Reading Time Simon P. Liversedge University of Durham Kevin B. Paterson University of Nottingham and Martin J. Pickering whole, there is a close correspondence between the pattern of eye movements made by a reader and the mental processes needed to understand the text that they are currently inspecting.
File Size: 3MB. What Can Eye Movements Tell Us About Reading?: I do believe something very magical can happen when you read a good book JK RowlingA well written story can spark vivid mental images and intense emotions in a reader.
Eye movements (EMs) associated with reading behavior generate small but dete. Table of Contents. Participants and Contributors. Preface. Part 1: Infant and Developing Mechanisms Eye Movements and Form Perception in Human Infants Louise Hainline The Influence of Peripheral Stimuli on Infant’s Eye Movements Daphne Maurer and Terri L.
Lewis Development of Smooth Pursuit in Human Infants Richard N. Aslin Pages: A major innovation has been the development of an option to read the book from a compact disc, make use of hypertext links (which bridge basic science to clinical issues), and view the major disorders of eye movements in over 60 video clips.
Purchase Eye Movements - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe reduction of visual sensitivity that occurs when we make saccadic eye movements is called saccadic suppression 25) When one makes a saccadic eye movement, there is a(n) ____ sensitivity known as saccadic suppression.
This chapter reviews the visual requirements, properties, and neural substrate of eye movements and the advantages they offer to clinicians and scientists. Eye movements are easily observed, measured, and classified by the way they serve vision. The relationship between eye rotations and extraocular motoneuron discharge is approximately linear, making it possible to study how.
Eye movements were recorded during young L2 learners’ (N = 30) processing of a multimedia story text in reading-only and reading-while-listening. The Neurology of Eye Movements provides clinicians with a synthesis of current scientific information that can be applied to the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of ocular motility.
Basic scientists will also benefit by descriptions of how data from anatomical, electrophysiological, pharmacological, and imaging studies can be directly /5(9).
Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xiii. PDF. Introduction. Alfred L. Yarbus. Pages Alfred L. Yarbus. Pages Eye Movements During Fixation on Stationary Objects. Alfred L. Yarbus. Pages Saccadic Eye Movements. Alfred L.
Yarbus. Pages Eye Movements During Change of Stationary Points of Fixation in Space. Eye movements are important in humans because high visual acuity is restricted to the fovea, the small circular region (about mm in diameter) in the central retina that is densely packed with cone photoreceptors (see Chapter 11).
Eye movements can direct the fovea to new objects of interest (a process called “foveation”) or compensate for disturbances that cause the fovea to Author: Dale Purves, George J Augustine, David Fitzpatrick, Lawrence C Katz, Anthony-Samuel LaMantia, James.
The eye movements are seen as ‘disrupting working memory, decreasing vividness resulting in decreased emotionality and changes in somatically stored memory’.
Rapid eye movements (‘as fast as the client could comfortably tolerate the movement’) for a duration of around 20 seconds per set was advocated for reprocessing traumatic : Marilyn Tew. This chapter traces the time frame of stimulation to activity in the oculomotor system by neatly organizing a broad and eclectic data base.
These latency data are then used to develop a new model of saccadic emissions which when applied to new data provides a quantum leap in the understanding of oculomotor system and new insight into the possibility that "procrastination".
The present volume is intended to serve as a complementary text to the earlier texts Eye Movements and Psychological Processes (Monty & Senders, ) and Eye Movements and the Higher Psychological Functions (Senders, Fisher & Monty, ), rather than a revision and update of by:.
Eye movements and vision consisted of seven chapters. The first and longest chapter was concerned with methods and this was followed by considerations of perception of retinal stationary objects (2), eye movements during fixation (3), saccades (4), scanning (5), pursuit (6), and eye movements with complex objects (7).The impact of Yarbus’s research on eye movements was enormous following the trans-lation of his book Eye Movements and Vision into English in In stark contrast, the published material in English concerning his life is scant.
We provide a brief biography of Yarbus and assess his impact on contemporary approaches to research on eye movements.Abstract This chapter introduces the basics of eye anatomy, eye movements and vision.
It will explain the concepts behind human vision sufficiently for the reader to understand later chapters in the book on human perception and attention, and their relationship to (and potential measurement with) eye by: 4.