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Title16. CHAPTER 1: PASSIVE VISION AND ACTIVE VISION
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JournalActive Vision — The Psychology of Looking and Seeing, Published to Oxford Scholarship Online
Year of publishing2008
AbstractA Martian ethologist observing humans using their visual systems would almost certainly include in their report back: ’they move these small globes around a lot and thats how they see‘. The starting point for this book is an acceptance of the premise of that ethologist. We believe tha ...
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Title17. COGNITIVE SUPPRESSION DURING SACCADIC EYE MOVEMENTS
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JournalPSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE, VOL. 7, NO. 2, MARCH 1996
Year of publishing1996
AbstractSaccadic eye movements are made at least 100,000 times each day. It is well known that sensitivity to visual input is suppressed during saccades; we examined whether cognitive activity (specifically, mental rotation) is suppressed as well. If cognitive processing occurs during saccades, a prime view ...
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Title18. Can We ‘Read’ the Eye-Movement Patterns of Readers? Unraveling the Relationship Between Reading Profiles and Processing Strategies
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JournalJ Psycholinguist Res. 2017; 46(1): 39–56.
Year of publishing2017
AbstractIn an eye-tracking experiment we examined the risky reading hypothesis, in which long saccades and many regressions are considered to be indicative of a proactive reading style (Rayner et al. in Psychol Aging 21(3):448, 2006; Psychol Aging 24(3):755, 2009). We did so by presenting short texts—that c ...
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Title19. Central and peripheral correlates of eye movements in selected mood disorders
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JournalNeuroendocrinology Letters. - Volume 31, No. 6, p. 731-737
Year of publishing2010
AbstractOBJECTIVES: Abnormalities and disturbances of saccadic and pursuit eye movements were studied in several mental disorders and diseases. Certain irregularities in the particular oculomotor behaviour have been proposed they may correspond with specific type of mental disorder. It was our aim to contri ...
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Title20. Chapter 19: SWIFT Explorations
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JournalThe Mind’s Eye: Cognitive and Applied Aspects of Eye Movement Research, 2003, pp.391-412
Year of publishing2003
AbstractSWIFT is a computational model of eye guidance in reading. It assumes (1) spatially distributed lexical processing, (2) a separation of saccade timing from saccade target selection, and (3) autonomous and parallel generation of saccades with inhibition by foveal targets. The model accounts for fixat ...
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