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Visual and proprioceptive inputs on spatial orientation in the pitch dimension

Antonia c. Emmert

Visual and proprioceptive inputs on spatial orientation in the pitch dimension

by Antonia c. Emmert

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from the National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsCohen, Malcolm M., Mitchell, Thomas M.
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p.
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25498483M

The spatial integration of these inputs is likely to influence the output function of spinocerebellar neurons. To investigate somatodendritic integration in proprioceptive relay neurons we are using a combination of dendritic calcium imaging, in vitro intracellular electrophysiology, and optogenetic stimulation techniques. Spatial orientation may be affected by dysfunction of any of the. basic sensory systems (touch, proprioceptive, vestibular, olfactory, auditory or visual). T he development of orientation skills and the construction of a mental representation of the environment are also related to various cognitive faculties such as attention capacity,File Size: KB.

ence of information from multiple sensory inputs such as visual, proprioceptive, auditory, and tactile channels [10]. For instance, some research indicates that the visual and proprioceptive sensory channels are highly tied together and constantly calibrated based on sensory inputs from the real world [3]. Distortion in human spatial.   Evidence indicates that social functioning deficits and sensory sensitivities in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are related to atypical sensory integration. The exact mechanisms underlying these integration difficulties are unknown; however, two leading accounts are (1) an over-reliance on proprioception and (2) atypical visuo-tactile temporal by:

  SOME PROPRIOCEPTIVE INFLUENCES ON THE PERCEPTUAL REPRESENTATION OF BODY SHAPE AND ORIENTATION SOME PROPRIOCEPTIVE INFLUENCES ON THE PERCEPTUAL REPRESENTATION OF BODY SHAPE AND ORIENTATION, Brain, Volume , Issue 2, for spatial orientation, and for the encoding of Cited by: Several pieces of evidence indicate that visual experience during development is fundamental to acquire long-term spatial capabilities. For instance, reaching abilities tend to emerge at 5 months of age in sighted infants, while only later at 10 months of age in blind infants. Moreover, other spatial skills such as auditory localization and haptic orientation discrimination tend to be Author: Giulia Cappagli, Monica Gori.


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Visual and proprioceptive inputs on spatial orientation in the pitch dimension by Antonia c. Emmert Download PDF EPUB FB2

Calhoun: The NPS Institutional Archive Theses and Dissertations Thesis Collection Visual and proprioceptive inputs on spatial orientation in the pitch dimension. Proprioceptive Sensations• Sensations relating to the physical state of thebody• Static position sense vs.

Rate of movementsense Cues Important in Spatial Orientation• Visual Cues– Slight linear or rotational movement of thebody, instantaneously shifts the visual images ofthe retina, and this information is relayed to theequilibrium. Two experiments were conducted. In Experiment I, each of eight Ss attempted to place himself at 13 different goal orientations between prone and supine.

Deviations of achieved body pitch angles from goal orientations were determined. In Experiment II, each of eight Ss attempted to align a visual target with his morphological horizon while he was placed at each Cited by: Spatial disorientation, spatial unawareness, or Spatial-D is the inability to determine one's position, location, and motion relative to their environment.

This phenomenon most commonly affects aircraft pilots and underwater divers, but also can be induced in other conditions—or reproduced with equipment such as the Barany Chair. In aviation, the term means the inability.

No effects of numerical magnitude were found on the proprioceptive and visuo-proprioceptive straight ahead tasks. These results suggest that the spatial effects induced by the activation of the mental number line extend to an egocentric frame of reference but only when a portion of horizontal space has to be “actively” by: 5.

It has been shown that spatial information can be acquired from both visual and nonvisual modalities. The present study explored how spatial information from vision and proprioception was represented in memory, investigating orientation dependence of spatial memories acquired through visual and proprioceptive spatial by: Effects of gymnastics expertise on the perception of body orientation in the pitch dimension Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Vestibular Research 10(6) February with 95 Reads.

Spatial updating during self-motion typically involves the appropriate integration of both visual and non-visual cues, including vestibular and proprioceptive information. Here, we investigated how human observers combine these two non-visual cues during full-stride curvilinear walking.

To obtain a continuous, real-time estimate of perceived position, observers Cited by: We computed w V separately in the lateral (w Vx) and sagittal dimension (w Vy) because w V has been observed to differ across spatial dimensi. Introduction. Spatial learning in everyday environments takes place in a variety of ways.

For example, information about the locations of a file cabinet and bookshelf in an office is acquired from multiple sources, such as visual information from seeing the file cabinet and bookshelf and proprioceptive information from walking to by: Start studying Veterinary Medical Terminology - Chapter 13 - Nerves of Steel.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. tion and sensory-motor integration. Vestibular contributions to body orientation and to spatial localization of auditory and visual stimuli have long been recognized.

These contributions are reviewed here along with new insights relating to sensory-motor calibration of the body gained from space flight, parabolic flight, and artificial gravity. Start studying Chapter Spatial Orientation and the Vestibular System.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The vestibular system, in vertebrates, is part of the inner most mammals, the vestibular system is the sensory system that provides the leading contribution to the sense of balance and spatial orientation for the purpose of coordinating movement with er with the cochlea, a part of the auditory system, it constitutes the labyrinth of the inner ear in most.

the phenomena of human spatial perception, and they are begin- ning to provide a firm biological foundation for human experi- ences of spatial orientation (cf. Howard and Templeton, ; Gallistel, ).

Two major computational problems must be solved by the HD system. The purpose of this laboratory is to test and train postural behaviors in a virtual environment (VE) which simulates real world conditions.

Our goal with this environment is to explore how multisensory inputs influence the perception of orientation in space, and to determine the consequence of shifts in spatial perception on postural by: Patients with unilateral spatial neglect due to right-hemisphere lesions typically fail to attend to and explore left-sided stimulus has been postulated that in right-brain damaged (RBD) patients an ipsilesional displacement of the egocentric frame of reference (ER), whether visual or tactile, may be responsible for a contralesional supramodal spatial bias causing their left Cited by: Learning Visual Spatial Pooling Figure 2: Complex cell model.

(A) Forty-nine pooling filters (model complex cells) obtained by strong dimension reduction using the 24 top eigenvectors.

The display format is similar to Figure 1B. (B) The first seven pooling filters shown in panel A (left), with the seven most strongly connected model simple. 90% of orientation. Most reliable sense. Instrument/visual flight elements. SCAN!!. Interpretation. Aircraft control. Even reliable vision can be fooled “Optical illusions” 1.

90% of our orientation comes from our eyes alone. Most reliable sense - can’t fly w/o it there are NO blind pilots, no Braille instruments. Using spatial manipulation to examine interactions between visual and auditory encoding of pitch and time Neil M.

McLachlan, Loretta J. Greco, Emily C. Toner and Sarah J. Wilson* Psychological Sciences, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC, Australia Music notations use both symbolic and spatial representation systems.

Novice musicians do. Sometimes the spatial orientation describes an object and its relationship to us, such as “The shoe is on your foot.” SPATIAL ORIENTATION & MOTOR SKILLS Parents guide babies toward a highly-developed motor skill ability when they teach the concepts of spatial orientation during infancy.A popular non-verbal approach to study perceived surface orientation is perceptual matching, including both visual matching and manual matching.

Visual matching involves comparison or matching between the target orientation and a comparison orientation presented in either 2D or 3D form (e.g. Li and Durgin ; Norman et al. ). The human brain is a remarkable organ.

It has the ability to reason, create, analyze, and process tons of information each day. The brain also gives humans the ability to move around in an environment using an innate sense of direction.

This skill is called spatial orientation, and it is especially useful for finding routes in an unfamiliar.