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Spectral components of opto kinetic nystagmus provoked by prolonged stimulation in the normal human subject


, : Spectral components of opto kinetic nystagmus provoked by prolonged stimulation in the normal human subject. Bollettino Societa Italiana Biologia Sperimentale 55(23): 2463-2469

Through spectral analysis of electronystagmography, the behavior of the frequency parameter of optokinetic prolonged reactions not affected by habituation phenomenon was studied. Mathematical theory is discussed.

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