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Light fingertip touch supresses postural fluctuations during rapid head movements in normal and labyrinthine defective subjects



Light fingertip touch supresses postural fluctuations during rapid head movements in normal and labyrinthine defective subjects



Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 24(1-2): 153




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