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In experiments investigating dynamic tasks, it is often useful to examine eye movement scan patterns. We can present trials repeatedly and compute within-subjects/conditions similarity in order to distinguish between signal and noise in gaze data. To avoid obvious repetitions of trials, filler trials must be added to the experimental protocol, resulting in(More)
In everyday life, people often need to track moving objects. Recently, a topic of discussion has been whether people rely solely on the locations of tracked objects, or take their directions into account in multiple object tracking (MOT). In the current paper, we pose a related question: do people utilise extrapolation in their gaze behaviour, or, in more(More)
Previous studies showed a remarkable capacity to memorize large number of scenes (Konkle et al., 2010). Same study showed exemplar effect (higher number of exemplars per category led to decreased performance). Can images of similar gist from different categories also impair the performance? Alternatively, people are trained to deal with these similarities:(More)
During everyday tasks, people often have to focus on several objects at once. As eye movements and attention are closely related, modeling eye movements can help us understand, where people attend to. In this study, we conducted an experiment in which participants had to track several moving objects at once while their eye gaze is being measured. We(More)
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