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A T Bahill, A Brockenbrough, B T Troost; Variability and development of a normative data base for saccadic eye movements.. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1981;21(1):116-125.
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The duration, peak velocity, and acceleration of the saccadic eye movements of 13 normal subjects are plotted as functions of saccadic magnitude. The apparent peak velocity of a saccadic eye movement is sensitive to the algorithms used to calculate the velocity. The velocity channel filter should have zero phase shift and a cutoff frequency between 60 and 100 Hz in order to limit noise but pass all the signal information. Some subjects fatigue rapidly; their parameters fall outside the normal range of values.
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