Observers' cognitive states modulate how visual inputs relate to gaze control.

@article{Necka2016ObserversCS,
  title={Observers' cognitive states modulate how visual inputs relate to gaze control.},
  author={Elizabeth A Necka and John M. Henderson and Grigori Yourganov and Marc G. Berman},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2016},
  volume={42 9},
  pages={1429-42}
}
Previous research has shown that eye-movements change depending on both the visual features of our environment, and the viewer's top-down knowledge. One important question that is unclear is the degree to which the visual goals of the viewer modulate how visual features of scenes guide eye-movements. Here, we propose a systematic framework to investigate this question. In our study, participants performed 3 different visual tasks on 135 scenes: search, memorization, and aesthetic judgment… CONTINUE READING
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