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audiokinetic response


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An automatic movement of the eyes in response to a change in the position of the body relative to a continuous sound source, its effect being to maintain fixation of gaze on an object of potential interest. [From Latin audio I hear, from audire to hear + kinetikos of or relating to motion, from kineein to move + -ikos of, relating to, or resembling]

Subjects: Psychology.


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