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01.Eye Cancer Research Progress
02.Visual Perception: New Research
03.Optic Nerve Disease Research Perspectives
04.Binocular Vision: Development, Depth Perception and Disorders
05.Eye Infections, Blindness and Myopia
06.Focus on Eye Research
07.Trends in Glaucoma Research
08.Eye Movement: Theory, Interpretation, and Disorders
09.Focus on Glaucoma Research
10.Visual Cortex: New Research
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Eye Movement: Theory, Interpretation, and Disorders
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Editors: Dominic P. Anderson
Book Description:
Eye movements are a key factor in human vision. During steady state fixation where the visual attention is voluntarily centered on a fixation estimulous, the eye shows involuntary small movements that exhibit an erratic trajectory. This new book describes fixational eye movements, their mathematical models, and the factors that affect fixation. Also explored, herein, is Congential Nystagmus, which is one of the diseases that affect binocular vision, reducing the visual quality of a subject, saccadic eye movements, eye movement patterns in hemispatial neglect and eye-gaze input systems used by people with severe disabilities.

Imprint: Nova Biomedical

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Table of Contents:

Eye Movements in Non-Visual Cognition, pp. 1-52
(Dragana Micic, Howard Ehrlichman, Queens College and The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Flushing, New York, and others)

Eye Movements in Congenital Nystagmus and Oculomotor Systems Alterations, pp. 53-66
(Giulio Pasquariello, Mario Cesarelli, Maria Romano, Paolo Bifulco, Antonio La Gatta, Antonio Fratini, Dept. of Biomedical, Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, University “Federico II” of Naples, Napoli, Italy, and others)

Fixational Eye Movements and Ocular Aberrometry, pp. 67-80
(Justo Arines Piferrer, Departamento de Física Aplicada, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Escola Universitaria de Óptica e Optometría (Campus Sur), Santiago de Compostela, Spain)

Eye-Movement Patterns in Hemispatial Neglect, pp. 81-90
(Sergio Chieffi, Alessandro Iavarone, Giovanni Messina, Marcellino Monda, Sergio Carlomagno, Department of Experimental Medicine, Section of Physiology, Second University of Naples, and others)

Eye-Gaze Input System Based on Image Analysis under Natural Light, pp. 91-102
(Kiyohiko Abe, Shoichi Ohi, Minoru Ohyama, Kanto Gakuin University, Japan)

What we see and where we look: bottom-up and top down control of eye gaze ^, pp. 103-118
(Laura Perez Zapata, Maria Sole Puig & Hans Supèr, Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior (IR3C), University of Barcelona (UB), Pg. Vall d´Hebron 171, 08035 Barcelona, Spain)

Characterizing Eye Movements for Performance Evaluation of Software Review, pp. 119-160
(Hidetake Uwano, Nara National Collage of Technology, Yamatokonyama, Nara, Japan)

The Ontogenetic Hypothesis of Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Function Revisited, pp. 161-198
(James P. Shaffery, Howard Roffwarg, University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Medicine, Jackson, Mississippi, and others)*

Behavioral Elements during Face Processing: Eye and Head Movement Activity and their Connection to Physiological Arousal, pp. 199-208
(Andreas Altorfer, Marie-Louise Kasermann, Ulrich Raub, Othmar Wurmle, Thomas J. Muller, Department of Psychiatric Neuropsychology, University of Bern, Bollingenstrasse, Switzerland)*


      Eye and Vision Research Developments
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 7 x 10 217pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61728-110-5
   Status: AV
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