statokinetic


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statokinetic

[¦stad·ō·ki′ned·ik]
(physiology)
Pertaining to the balance and posture of the body or its parts during movement, as in walking.
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Blindsight is awareness of moving targets, lights, and colors in the blind area, and this awareness can be either conscious or subconscious (called statokinetic dissociation or the Riddoch phenomenon in adults).
First of all, this is in relation to the role of unconscious sensory flows and the formation of a systemic response, the components of which may be changes in statokinetic stability, equilibrium of autonomic regulation of cardiac rhythm (CR), inter-sensory interrelations, the perception and processing of information, and other mental processes.
We assessed changes of anxiety level, attention, psycho-emotional resistance to interference, long-term memory, latent period, and accuracy of sensorimotor reactions (SMR), statokinetic stability, visual information processing productivity, and changes in autonomic CR regulation and autonomic activity regulation.