Methods of Healing
Would it surprise you to know that your eyes seldom stop moving? Rapid simultaneous movement of both eyes is called saccadic eyemovement, or saccade. It happens so fast, and so smoothly...
Diagnosing schizophrenia by eyemovementby
in the medical world, that individuals with psychoticRelating to psychosis. illnesses have abnormal eyemovements... assessed whether eyemovement tests could be used to detect schizophreniaA psychiatric disorder featuring...
It's impossible to say given so little information. A blow to the head--for example, if your dog got hit by a car or other object or ran into something solid like a wall-- could produce such signs. There are also infections a
WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH YOUR BABY
Rapideyemovement has begun. Your baby, weighing in at one pound, six ounces, and measuring 21cm crown to rump, or 11 1/2 inches, has a five to 20 per cent chance...
Reading comprehension: role of eyemovementsby
to the brain, because more information has to be held in working memory. Even so, the results when eyemovement... are assigned proportionately to each item. But eyemovements are important. In another study, subjects...
EyeMovement Desensitization Therapyby
This isn’t so much of a post as a query to see if anyone has had experience withthis therapy (EMDT). I know of therapists who use this procedure, but I am curious to hear if anyone has had experience of it themselves, and