NPB pp #2 - as acceleration clockwise.-Chair stop-...

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-Case 1 - Participant is spun clockwise - Start of spin- no perceived acceleration -motion has not yet displaced endolymph to move stereocilia -Middle of spin- acceleration perceived with the spin -endolymph has displaced toward the the opposite direction of the spin causing depolarization in the right and hyperpolarization in the left which will be perceived
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Unformatted text preview: as acceleration clockwise.-Chair stop- acceleration perceived opposite of the spin-as the chair stops, endolymph is still is motion, now in the direction of the spin causing hyperpolarization in the right and depolarization in the left which is perceived as counterclockwise acceleration....
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2010 for the course NPB101L 83009 taught by Professor Liets during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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