Tracking Movements of the Eyes
During the perception of images moving in the field of vision, tracking movements of the eyes arise. These movements assist in keeping the image within the zone of optimal vision, and at the same time, they prevent adaptation of the retinal receptors. These movements can appear only if the visual system carries out continuous assessment of the velocity and direction of movements of the object followed.
KeywordsVisual Stimulus Motor Unit Slow Phase Firing Pattern Tracking Movement
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