5eyemovements_Oct_2009

5eyemovements_Oct_2009 - Seven records of eye movements by...

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Seven records of eye movements by the same subject viewing a painting called the “Unexpected visitor” for 3 minutes. 1) Free examination. After that, the subject was asked to: 2) estimate the economic status of the family; 3) give the ages of the people; 4) guess what the family had been doing before the arrival of the "unexpected visitor;" 5) remember the clothes worn by the people; 6) remember the position of the people and objects in the room; 7) estimate how long the "unexpected visitor" had been away from the family. Yarbus 1967
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usual subject subject with calcified amydala
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L11EyeMovements, intro
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Muscles Responsible for Horizontal Movement Lateral Rectus --abduction away from the nose Medial Rectus --adduction towards the nose Muscles Responsible for Vertical Movement Superior Rectus --elevation Inferior Rectus --depression Muscles Responsible for Torsional Movements (movement of top of the eye towards or away from the nose) Superior Oblique --intorsion (top of the eye towards the nose) Inferior Oblique --extorsion (top of the eye away from the nose) L11EyeMovements, muscles
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All muscles except the superior oblique are innervated ipsilaterally.
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