Eye movements in natural behavior

@article{Hayhoe2005EyeMI,
  title={Eye movements in natural behavior},
  author={Mary M. Hayhoe and Dana H. Ballard},
  journal={Trends in Cognitive Sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={9},
  pages={188-194}
}
The classic experiments of Yarbus over 50 years ago revealed that saccadic eye movements reflect cognitive processes. But it is only recently that three separate advances have greatly expanded our understanding of the intricate role of eye movements in cognitive function. The first is the demonstration of the pervasive role of the task in guiding where and when to fixate. The second has been the recognition of the role of internal reward in guiding eye and body movements, revealed especially in… CONTINUE READING

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