How Were Eye Movements Recorded Before Yarbus?

@article{Wade2015HowWE,
  title={How Were Eye Movements Recorded Before Yarbus?},
  author={Nicholas J. Wade},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2015},
  volume={44 8-9},
  pages={
          851-83
        }
}
Alfred Yarbus introduced a new dimension of precision in recording how the eyes moved, either when attempts were made to keep them stationary or when scanning pictures. Movements of the eyes had been remarked upon for millennia, but recording how they move is a more recent preoccupation. Emphasis was initially placed on abnormalities of oculomotor function (like strabismus) before normal features were considered. The interest was in where the eyes moved to rather than determining how they got… CONTINUE READING
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