eye movement

NOUN
  1. the movement of the eyes
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How To Use eye movement In A Sentence

  • This argument of course relies on the questionable assumption that eye movements adequately describe the distribution of attention to a stimulus.
  • Rapid eye movements frequently accompany dreaming.
  • Some folk zonked out on the grass, performing their own rapid eye movement, but not many.
  • When a person is in the REM phase, there is a noticeable twitching movement of the eyes under closed lids (hence the term rapid eye movement), and the voluntary muscles of the body are usually paralysed. ReadABlog.com New Blogs and RSS Feeds
  • In fact, the presence of slow eye movements is considered to be an extremely accurate indicator of hypnagogic mentation.
  • To further reduce eye movement, patients lie in bed, quiet, for up to a week.
  • Potentially serious neurologic disease should be suspected in patients with focal neurologic signs, severe ataxia, nystagmus changing direction, vertical nystagmus and abnormal eye movement.
  • If the vestibular is unable to function properly by obstruction, injury, or infection, it can cause a nasty condition called labyrinthitis, which confuses and disorients the entire body during daily function and can cause side effects such as hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, uncontrolled rapid eye movement, and panic attacks secondary to chronic anxiety. PopMatters
  • The researchers note that their study only measured eye movement, and did not directly gauge a driver's concentration or attention.
  • Failure of adaptation of nystagmic eye movements to occur under certain conditions of stimulation by angular acceleration has been ascribed to a failure to allow the eye-movement response to run its course.
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