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Chapter 5:  Vision Issues & Dots

Links & Video

(1) Omega-6 Fatty Acids and Their Influence on Neuroinflammation Https://Jneuroinflammation.Biomedcentral.Com/Articles/10.1186/S12974-020-01742-3

(2) Diet-Derived Fatty Acids, Brain Inflammation, and Mental Health  Https://Www.Frontiersin.Org/Articles/10.3389/Fnins.2019.00265/Full

(3) Editorial: Neuroinflammation and the Visual System Https://Www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/Pmc/Articles/PMC8409521/

(4) Minucci, P. K., & Connors, M. M. (1964). Reaction Time under Three Viewing Conditions: Binocular, Dominant Eye, and Nondominant Eye. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67(3), 268–275. Https://Doi.Org/10.1037/H0039953

(5) Reaction Time as a Measure of Binocular Interaction in Human Vision Https://Www.Researchgate.Net/Publication/15789087_Reaction_time_as_a_measure_of_binocular_interaction_in_human_vision

(6) Simultaneous Measurement of Objective and Subjective Accomodation in Response to Step Stimulation

(7) The Shift in Ocular Dominance from Short-Term Monocular Deprivation Exhibits No Dependence on
Duration of Deprivation Https://Doi.Org/10.1038/S41598-018-35084-1

(8) Visual Distortion during Periods of Survival Stress and the Implactions for Survival Skills Training

(9) Saccade-Related Activity in the Prefrontal Cortex: Its Role in Eye Movement Contol and Cognitive Functions Https://Www.Frontiersin.Org/Articles/10.3389/Fnint.2014.00054/Full

(10) Eye Movement Is Controlled by Basal Ganglia-Induced GABAergic Inhibition Https://Pubmed.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/2517048/

(11) Saccadic Suppression Measured by Steady StateVisual Evoked Potential Https://Www.Researchgate.Net/Publication/332201278_Saccadic_suppression_measured_by_steady-State_visual_evoked_potential

(12) The Oculomotor Nerve (CN III) Https://Teachmeanatomy.Info/Head/Cranial-Nerves/Oculomotor/

(13) Nuclear, Internuclear, and Supranuclear Ocular Motor Disorders Https://Pubmed.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/21601072/

(14) The Role of the Cerebellum in Voluntary Eye Movements Https://Www.Researchgate.Net/Publication/11824709_The_Role_of_the_Cerebellum_in_Voluntary_Eye_Movements

(15) Oculomotor Nerve Https://Www.Kenhub.Com/En/Library/Anatomy/the-Oculomotor-Nerve

(16) TEMPORAL CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERMITTENT CENTRAL SUPPRESSION Https://Www.Oepf.Org/Wp-Content/Uploads/2021/08/13-620Hussey1.Pdf

(17) The Cyclopean Eye vs. the Sighting-Dominant Eye as the Center of Visual Direction https://Doi.Org/10.3758/BF03206224

Who Wrote The Book?

My name is Mike (Ox) Ochsner, and I'm the creator of Dry Fire Training Cards, Real World Gunfight Training, and  I use neurology to help  shooters build more skill--and more resilient skill--in less time than what's possible with traditional firearms training

I'm a master level IDPA shooter with a subcompact Glock 26, a Rangemaster & NRA instructor, a UTM and RBTA Mil/LE force-on-force master instructor, a Force Science Institute Analyst of human factors in lethal force encounters, and a student of performance neurology.

Put all of that together, and it's why I'm known as "The Mad Scientist" of firearms training.

This book was my crazy idea, and I've got the neurology part dialed in, but my wife/editor and co-authors are the reason why it's as good as it is.  Marcus and Erick bring years of real world experience that I don't have and years of high volume red-dot instruction that I'll never catch up to.

Marcus Custer served in the US Army Special Forces before becoming a US Customs Service Special Agent and Homeland Security Investigations Criminal Investigator.  He currently runs Law Enforcement Options, LLC, which trains firearms instructors from coast to coast.

Erick Gelhaus from is a US Army veteran with 3 decades of law enforcement experience, finishing his LE career as a supervisor of the firearms training program for a large CA sheriff's office.  He is a Gunsite rangemaster and is the developer of Gunsite's optics program.

Other courses, products and training created and/or produced by Ox:
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