Paolo Inchingolo

Dept of Electronics & informatics, University of Trieste, Italy, Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy 
Biomedical Engineering
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Inchingolo P, Accardo A, Da Pozzo S, et al. (1996) Cyclopean and disconjugate adaptive recovery from post-saccadic drift in strabismic children before and after surgery. Vision Research. 36: 2897-913
Fioravanti F, Inchingolo P, Pensiero S, et al. (1995) Saccadic eye movement conjugation in children. Vision Research. 35: 3217-28
Accardo AP, Pensiero S, Da Pozzo S, et al. (1995) Variability of sinusoidal tracking characteristics in children Studies in Visual Information Processing. 6: 87-97
Pozzo SD, Pensiero S, dell'Aquila T, et al. (1994) Smooth Pursuit in Strabismic Children Studies in Visual Information Processing. 5: 101-107
Inchingolo P, Spanio M. (1985) On the identification and analysis of saccadic eye movements--a quantitative study of the processing procedures. Ieee Transactions On Bio-Medical Engineering. 32: 683-95
Bon L, Corazza R, Inchingolo P. (1984) Oculomotor corollary discharge in the cat pretectum. Archives Internationales De Physiologie Et De Biochimie. 92: 153-7
Bon L, Corazza R, Inchingolo P. (1980) Eye movements during the waking-sleep cycle of the encéphale isolé semichronic cat preparation. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 48: 327-40
Inchingolo P, Bon L, Corazza R. (1979) Analogue analyser for on-line eye movement detection. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 46: 110-3
Inchingolo P, Corazza R. (1978) [Use of automatic computation procedures in the study of continuous trajectories of eye movements]. Bollettino Della Societã  Italiana Di Biologia Sperimentale. 54: 2157-63
Bon L, Corazza R, Inchingolo P. (1977) Neuronal activity correlated with eye movement in the cat's pretectum. Neuroscience Letters. 5: 69-73
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