About the global effect and the critical role of retinal eccentricity: Implications for eye movements in reading

@inproceedings{Vitu2008AboutTG,
  title={About the global effect and the critical role of retinal eccentricity: Implications for eye movements in reading},
  author={Françoise Vitu},
  year={2008}
}
1 Over the last forty years, a large number of studie s investigated saccadic performance (accuracy and laten cy) in multiple-stimulus visual displays. This research led to the discovery of the global effect and other relate d phenomena. As we shall see, the global effect is a ver y robust phenomenon which very likely reflects the prop erties of the saccadic system. After presenting recen t data suggesting the critical role of stimulus eccentrici ty, I will propose that the mechanisms which… CONTINUE READING

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