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TitleEye Movements [electronic resource] : ARVO Symposium 1976 / edited by Barbara A. Brooks, Frank J. Bajandas
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1977
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-2424-9
Descript VIII, 224 p. online resource

SUMMARY

The nature, control, and disorders of eye movements are topics which draw together scientists from many diverse fields. On October 29-30, 1976, a Symposium on Eye Movements was held at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. The Symposium constituted the Southern Sectional Meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology. The Program Coordinators, Drs. Frank Bajandas and Barbara Brooks invited an outstanding group of participants to give presentations on a variety of aspects of this subject. This volume contains all of the invited presentations delivered at that meeting. It does not include the excellent free papers, nor the enthusiastic and fruitful discussions that the participants and the audience enjoyed as well. The editorial work for this book was performed by Dr. Brooks and Dr. Bajandas with great care and efficiency. They have made special efforts together with the Publisher, Plenum Press, to bring this information to you in the shortest possible time, so as to retain the currency of its contents. This effort would not have been even considered without the tireless and always dependable assistance of Mrs. Catherine Arocha and Mrs. Louise Whelan. We are also indebted to the ẽxas State Commission for the Blind for its help in defraying the expenses ever attendant at significant symposia. George W. Weinstein, M.D


CONTENT

Enigmas and Hypotheses -- Disorders of Eye-Head Coordination -- The Ocular Motor System: Normal and Clinical Studies -- Is the Cerebellum too Old to Learn? -- The Primate Flocculus and Eye-Head Coordination -- Optokinetic Nystagmus and After-Nystagmus: Characteristics and Functional Significance -- The Role of the Brain-Stem Reticular Formation in Eye Movement Control -- Abducens to Medial Rectus Pathway in the Mlf: A Possible Cellular Basis for the Syndrome of Internuclear Ophthalmoplegia -- The Nucleus Prepositus Hypoglossi -- The Neural Control of Saccadic Eye Movements: The Role of the Superior Colliculus


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