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Clinical and Basic Oculomotor Research

Edited by Edited by Stefano Ramat (University of Pavia, Pavia, Italy) and Dominik Straumann (Zurich University, Zurich, Switzerland)
Clinical and Basic Oculomotor Research

Published: April 2005

Volume 1039

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This volume provides a snapshot of the state of the art of oculomotor and vestibular research, focusing on the bridge between laboratory and clinical research and the interdisciplinary relationships among ophthalmology, neurology, and otology. A common theme in contemporary neuroscience is how the brain learns and adapts at the most basic levels and how patients can benefit from this type of research. The volume provides a critical update from a number of disciplines -- both clinical and basic -- to bring basic physiology to the bedside and vice versa.