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We have examined target detection performance in two monkey subjects during visual search with eye movements as a function of stimulus density and the eccentricity of the target from fixation. As expected, search time and the number of fixations per trial were related to the number of array objects in conjunction style arrays. High probability detection of(More)
An analysis of monkey eye movements in classic conjunction and feature search tasks was made. The task was to find and fixate a target in an array of stimuli. Saccades targeted stimuli accurately (red and green bars, 1.25 x 0.25 degrees), landing most of the time within 1.0 degree of the stimulus center and rarely in blank areas far from any stimulus.(More)
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