In search of oculomotor capture during film viewing: Implications for the balance of top-down and bottom-up control in the saccadic system

@article{Hinde2017InSO,
  title={In search of oculomotor capture during film viewing: Implications for the balance of top-down and bottom-up control in the saccadic system},
  author={Stephen Hinde and Tim J. Smith and Iain D. Gilchrist},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={134},
  pages={7-17}
}
In the laboratory, the abrupt onset of a visual distractor can generate an involuntary orienting response: this robust oculomotor capture effect has been reported in a large number of studies (e.g. Ludwig & Gilchrist, 2002; Theeuwes, Kramer, Hahn, & Irwin, 1998) suggesting it may be a ubiquitous part of more natural visual behaviour. However the visual stimuli used in these experiments have tended to be static and had none of the complexity, and dynamism of more natural visual environments. In… CONTINUE READING
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