Comparative Search Reveals the Tradeoff between Eye Movements and Working Memory Use in Visual Tasks

@inproceedings{Inamdar2003ComparativeSR,
  title={Comparative Search Reveals the Tradeoff between Eye Movements and Working Memory Use in Visual Tasks},
  author={Shantanu Inamdar and Marc Pomplun},
  year={2003}
}
The experiments reported here provide an insight into how the use of working memory is influenced when eye movements become ‘costlier’ in a visual task. In our comparative search paradigm, each half of the screen contains a column of simple geometrical objects of three sizes and forms. Participants have to detect whether the two halves of the screen are exactly identical or contain a difference. The eye movement data recorded from two experiments allows us to investigate working memory… CONTINUE READING
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