Eye-Fixation-Related Potentials : Insight into Parafoveal Processing

@inproceedings{Baccino2005EyeFixationRelatedP,
  title={Eye-Fixation-Related Potentials : Insight into Parafoveal Processing},
  author={Thierry Baccino and Yves Manunta},
  year={2005}
}
This paper presents a new methodology for studying cognition, which combines eye movements (EM) and event-related potentials (ERP) to track the cognitive processes that occur during a single eye fixation. This technique, called eye-fixation-related potentials (EFRP), has the advantage of coupling accurate time measures from ERPs and the location of the eye on the stimulus, so it can be used to disentangle perceptual/attentional/cognitive factors affecting reading. We tested this new technique… CONTINUE READING
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