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THE aim of this study was to evaluate the in¯uence of gravity on the representation and storage of visual orientation information. On earth, measurements of response time and variability for a task of aligning remembered visual stimuli showed a distinct preference for horizontally and vertically oriented stimuli when the body and gravitational axes were aligned. This preference was markedly decreased or disappeared when the body axis was tilted with respect to gravity but was maintained fordoi:10.1097/00001756-199904060-00033 pmid:10321488 fatcat:kbt5ct2aunczjkkljfpxoqwipm