Saccadic eye movements and cognition.

@article{Liversedge2000SaccadicEM,
  title={Saccadic eye movements and cognition.},
  author={Liversedge and Findlay},
  journal={Trends in cognitive sciences},
  year={2000},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={6-14}
}
Scanning of the visual scene is an important selective process in visual perception. In this article we argue that eye-movement data provide an excellent on-line indication of the cognitive processes underlying visual search and reading. We outline some recent advances from physiological investigations of saccadic eye-movement control before focusing on eye-movement behaviour in visual search and reading studies. We consider factors that can affect the duration of fixations and the choice of… CONTINUE READING

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