saccadic

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or related to the rapid movement of the eyes between points of fixation
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How To Use saccadic In A Sentence

  • However, there is also a genuine decrease in sensitivity to light during a saccade - called saccadic suppression.
  • The results show that the proposed algorithm can depict the EOG saccadic signals' features accurately and have practical use.
  • The results show that the proposed algorithm can depict the EOG saccadic signals' features accurately and have practical use.
  • Like saccadic, for instance, that's a good one. Times, Sunday Times
  • The current analyses showed that response time, number of fixations per trial, initial saccadic latency, fixation duration, and saccadic amplitude varied as a function of the ratio between the red and blue items.
  • In saccadic your eye jumps to where you expect a target to be. Times, Sunday Times
  • Blinks and saccadic eye movements (associated with reading, while the participant was awake) could easily be distinguished from the horizontal slow eye movements that appeared in Stage 1 sleep.
  • Previous studies have shown that the right hemisphere is responsible for the eye movements in REM sleep, which are saccadic scans of targets in the dream scene.
  • Greater saccadic selectivity towards those distractors sharing shape with the target was observed when more discriminable shapes were employed.
  • In doing so, they perform saccadic movements, smooth pursuit movements, vergence movements, vestibular movements, and accommodation.
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