One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The reflex by which the direction of the eyes remains constant when the head is moved.
- ‘He distinguished two types of compensatory movements: the vestibulo-ocular reflex and the optokinetic response, both of which compensate for head movement.’
- ‘This light-headedness could indirectly have effects of vestibulo-spinal and vestibulo-ocular reflexes.’
- ‘Situations involving involuntary movements of the head where vestibulo-ocular reflexes are important to control eye position are given in section 5 above.’
- ‘Continuous acquisition and measurement of vestibulo-ocular reflexes can be realised real-time by eye-tracking.’
- ‘The vestibulo-ocular reflex ensures best vision during head motion by moving the eyes contrary to the head to stabilize the line of sight in space.’
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