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Human oculomotor responses to virtual auditory motion  (2001)
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It is widely believed that a moving visual target is required to drive smooth pursuit eye movements (SPEM). However, some studies have provided evidence of low-gain SPEM in response to real, moving auditory targets (Paige et al., 2000; Hashiba et al., 1996), while others have failed to find an auditory pursuit response (e.g. Fiebig et al., 1981). We reexamined this phenomenon using virtual moving auditory stimuli. We also explored the possibility that any observed auditory pursuit might simply be a response to the motion of an imagined target, rather than to the actual auditory motion stimulus.
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auditory stimuli, moving visual target, oculomotor responses, pursuit eye movement, SPEM, virtual auditory mot
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Society for Neuroscience 31st Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
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