Vestibular Contributions to Human Memory

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Smith, Laura; N/A;
(2017)

The vestibular system is an ancient structure which supports the detection and control of self-motion. The pervasiveness of this sensory system is evidenced by the diversity of its anatomical projections and the profound impact it has on a range of higher level function... View more
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