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Alan Bovik, Lawrence Cormack, Ian Van Der Linde and Umesh Rajashekar

Spatial Vision , Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 161 – 177 (2009) © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009. Also available online - DOVES: a database of visual eye movements IAN VAN DER LINDE 1 , 2 , ∗ , UMESH RAJASHEKAR 1 , 3 , ALAN C. BOVIK 1 and LAWRENCE K. CORMACK 1 1 Center for Perceptual

Eleonora Vig, Michael Dorr and Erhardt Barth

Spatial Vision , Vol. 22, No. 5, pp. 397 – 408 (2009) © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009. Also available online - Efficient visual coding and the predictability of eye movements on natural movies ELEONORA VIG, MICHAEL DORR and ERHARDT BARTH ∗ Institute for Neuro- and

Nicholas D. Smith, David P. Crabb, Fiona C. Glen, Robyn Burton and David F. Garway-Heath

underlying visual functioning in these patients, beyond the VF test routinely administered in the clinical setting with automated perimetry. One key area of insight for this may lie in patients’ eye movements, and how they may differ from visually ‘healthy’ individuals. Efficient eye movements are a

Jidong Chen, Melissa Bowerman, Falk Huettig and Asifa Majid

investigated the influence of Mandarin numeral classifiers – a grammatical category in the language – on online overt attention. Mandarin speakers were presented with simple sentences through headphones while their eye-movements to objects presented on a computer screen were monitored. The crucial question is

John M. Findlay

Visual computation and saccadic eye movements: a theoretical perspective JOHN M. FINDLAY Department of Psychology, University of Durham, Durham DH1 3LE, England Received 20 May 1987; revised 16 September 1987; accepted 18 September 1987 Abstract-A simple instance of parallel computation in

Groeger, Silva and Bradshaw

for subsequent recognition. Our results demonstrate therefore that attention is not critical for the retrieval of objects that are consistent with a scene’s schematic content. Keywords : Scene perception; schema; eye movements; recognition. INTRODUCTION The apparent ease and efficiency with which we

K.H. Ruddock, D.S. Wooding and S. Mannan

Automatic control of saccadic eye movements made in visual inspection of briefly presented 2-D images S. MANNAN,1 K. H. RUDDOCK1,* and D. S. WOODING2 1 Biophysics Section, Physics Department, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London SW7 2BZ, UK 2 Department of Diagnostic

A. Binello, K.H. Ruddock and S. Mannan

The characteristics of eye movements made during visual search with multi-element stimuli A. BINELLO, S. MANNAN and K. H. RUDDOCK* Biophysics Section, Physics Department, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London SW7 2BZ, UK Received 21 March 1995; revised 24 July 1995

Christoph Zetzsche, Kerstin Schill, Gerhard Krieger, Gert Hauske and Ingo Rentschler

Spatial Vision , Vol. 13, No. 2,3, pp. 201– 214 (2000) Ó VSP 2000. Object and scene analysis by saccadic eye-movements: an investigation with higher-order statistics GERHARD KRIEGER 1 , INGO RENTSCHLER 1 , GERT HAUSKE 2 , KERSTIN SCHILL 1 and CHRISTOPH ZETZSCHE 1 1 Institut für Medizinische

Wieske van Zoest and Mieke Donk

fastest eye movements, whereas the effect of target-distractor similarity was sustained and present in all but the fastest eye movements. The results support an independent timing account of visual selection. Keywords : Saccadic visual selection; stimulus-driven control; goal-driven control; eye movements