Eye Movements during Task Switching: Reflexive, Symbolic, and Affective Contributions to Response Selection

@article{Hodgson2004EyeMD,
  title={Eye Movements during Task Switching: Reflexive, Symbolic, and Affective Contributions to Response Selection},
  author={Timothy L Hodgson and Charlotte Golding and Dimitra Molyva and Clive R. Rosenthal and Christopher Kennard},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={318-330}
}
Active vision is a dynamic process involving the flexible coordination of different gaze strategies to achieve behavioral goals. Although many complex behaviors rely on an ability to efficiently switch between gaze-control strategies, few studies to date have examined mechanisms of task level oculomotor control in detail. Here, we report five experiments in which subjects alternated between conflicting stimulus-saccade mappings within a block of trials. The first experiment showed that there is… CONTINUE READING

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