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Blinking

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Blinking is a semi-autonomic rapid closing of the eyelid. A single blink is determined by the ... Blink speed can be affected by elements such as fatigue, eye injury, ... The blinking rate is determ...

Analysis of blink rate patterns in normal subjects. - NCBI

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The present study measured the normal blink rate (BR) variations in relation to behavioral tasks in 150 ... Eye color and eyeglass wearing did not influence BR.

How often and why do people's eyes blink? - The Boston Globe

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May 14, 2007 ... Obviously there is some cleaning and lubrication of the eye that gets ... Stress and anxiety tend to increase a person's blink rate, and this can ...

Blink rates and disorders of movement - Neurology

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Abstract. Blink rate, a putative noninvasive marker of central dopamine activity, was assessed in medication-free patients with Parkinson's disease, progressive ...

spontaneous eye-blink rates and dopaminergic systems - Brain

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First, apomorphine and other dopamine agonists acutely increased blink rate in ... Spontaneous eye-blink rates are decreased in Parkinson's disease (Hall, ...

Analysis of blink rate patterns in normal subjects (PDF Download ...

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Official Full-Text Publication: Analysis of blink rate patterns in normal subjects on ResearchGate, the ... Eye color and eyeglass wearing did not influence BR.

Neuropsychopharmacology - Abstract of article: Eye-Blink Rates and ...

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Eye-Blink Rates and Depression. Is the Antidepressant Effect of Sleep Deprivation Mediated by the Dopamine System? Dieter Ebert MD, Roland Albert MD, ...

IOVS | Blink Frequency and Duration during Perimetry and Their ...

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Blinks were detected with a video eye-tracker system that records at a sampling rate of 60 Hz. Blink frequency, duration, and episodes of microsleep (eye ...

Eye Blink Rate as a biological marker of Mild Cognitive Impairment

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We investigated the relationship between dopamine activity (DA), as measured by Eye Blink Rate (EBR), and cognitive function in old adults with Mild Cognitive  ...

(b)link between creativity and dopamine: Spontaneous eye blink ...

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The (b)link between creativity and dopamine: Spontaneous eye blink rates predict and dissociate divergent and convergent thinking. Soghra Akbari Chermahini ...

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Further analysis of the human spontaneous eye blink rate by a ...

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Further analysis of the human spontaneous eye blink rate by a cluster analysis- based approach to categorize individuals with 'normal' versus 'frequent' eye ...

Review of Ophthalmology® > It's Time to Think About the Blink

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Jun 13, 2011 ... And blinking, the autonomic, reflexive closing of the eye is one of those ... There are a number of factors that can alter blink rate and have a ...

eyeblink - Center for Nonverbal Studies

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A rapid closing and opening of the eyes. Usage: Our blink rate reflects psychological arousal in the manner of a polygraph test. The normal, resting blink rate of a ...