Accession Number : ADP006102
Title : Motion evoked vestibular potentials,
Corporate Author : DEFENCE AND CIVIL INST OF ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE DOWNSVIEW (ONTARIO)
Personal Author(s) : Fraser, W. D. ; Black, N. ; Eastman, D. E. ; Landolt, J. P.
Report Date : FEB 1988
Pagination or Media Count : 10
Abstract : Motion evoked potentials were collected from subjects while they were rotated from side to side in a seated postion. The MERS were bipahsic with major component mean latencies of 278 MSEC It is concluded that the MERS are of brain origin and not due to artifacts from the recording environment. The latencies of the waveform components of the MERS suggest that the MER results from the onset of the rotation stitumulus.
Descriptors : *BRAIN, *EAR, ENVIRONMENTS, RECORDING SYSTEMS, GASES, HYPOXIA, WAVEFORMS, VESTIBULAR APPARATUS.
Subject Categories : Psychology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE