ocular tremor

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One of the forms of physiological nystagmus, consisting of a continuous high-frequency tremor with a frequency between about 60 and 120 hertz and an amplitude of about 30 seconds of arc (1/120 of a degree) that is present when the gaze is fixated on a stationary object or image. See also microsaccade, ocular drift.

Subjects: Psychology.

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