Eye movement indices of mental workload.

@article{May1990EyeMI,
  title={Eye movement indices of mental workload.},
  author={James G. May and Robert S. Kennedy and Mary C. Williams and William P. Dunlap and Julie R. Brannan},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={1990},
  volume={75 1},
  pages={75-89}
}
Four investigations were carried out to assess the feasibility of using eye movement measures as indices of mental workload. In the first experiment, saccadic extent was measured during free viewing while subjects performed low, moderate and high complexity, auditory tone counting as the workload tasks. The range of saccadic extent decreased significantly as tone counting complexity (workload) was increased. In the second experiment the range of spontaneous saccades was measured under three… CONTINUE READING