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  • Response Properties of Cells Within the Rostral Superior Colliculus of Strabismic Monkeys. [Journal Article]
    Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2019; 60(13):4292-4302Upadhyaya S, Das VE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Certain cells in the rSC show responses related to eye misalignment suggesting that the SC is part of a vergence circuit that plays a role in setting strabismus angle. An alternative interpretation is that these cells display ocular preference, also a novel finding, and could potentially act as a driver of downstream oculomotor structures that maintain the state of strabismus.
  • Eye tracking correlates of acute alcohol consumption: A systematic and critical review. [Review]
    Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2019Maurage P, Masson N, … D'Hondt F
  • Eye tracking has emerged as a reliable neuroscience tool indexing the eye movements' correlates of impairments resulting from alcohol-use disorders, ranging from perceptive abilities to high-level cognitive functions. This systematic review, following PRISMA guidelines, encompasses all human studies using eye tracking in participants presenting acute alcohol consumption. A literature search was c…
  • Slowed vertical saccades as a hallmark of hereditary spastic paraplegia type 7. [Journal Article]
    Ann Clin Transl Neurol 2019Milenkovic I, Klotz S, … Wiest G
  • Anecdotal oculomotor disturbances have been described in spastic paraplegia type 7 (SPG7). We investigated oculomotor and vestibular dysfunction in five patients with genetically verified SPG7. All five patients exhibited significantly slower velocities of vertical saccades compared to controls, but significantly faster than in progressive supranuclear palsy, with upward saccades being particular…
  • Virtual pointer for gaze guidance in laparoscopic surgery. [Journal Article]
    Surg Endosc 2019Feng Y, McGowan H, … Mentis H
  • CONCLUSIONS: The virtual pointer effectively improved surgical trainees' in-the-moment gaze focus during the laparoscopic training by reducing their gaze dispersion and concentrating their attention on the anatomical target. These results suggest that technologies which support gaze training should be expert-driven and intraoperative to efficiently modify novices' gaze behaviors.
  • Been there, seen that, done that: Modification of visual exploration across repeated exposures. [Journal Article]
    J Vis 2019; 19(12):2Lancry-Dayan OC, Kupershmidt G, Pertzov Y
  • The underlying factors that determine gaze position are a central topic in visual cognitive research. Traditionally, studies emphasized the interaction between the low-level properties of an image and gaze position. Later studies examined the influence of the semantic properties of an image. These studies explored gaze behavior during a single presentation, thus ignoring the impact of familiarity…
  • Relationship Between the King-Devick Test and Commonly Used Concussion Tests at Baseline. [Journal Article]
    J Athl Train 2019Clugston JR, Houck ZM, … Ortega JD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Better performance on cognitive measures involving concentration, visual motor speed, and reaction time was weakly associated with better baseline KD performance. Symptoms, psychological distress, balance, and vestibular-oculomotor provocation were unrelated to KD performance at baseline. The findings indicate limited overlap at baseline among the CARE SRC assessments and the KD.
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