Visual scan adaptation during repeated visual search.

  title={Visual scan adaptation during repeated visual search.},
  author={Christopher W. Myers and Wayne D. Gray},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  volume={10 8},
There is no consensus as to how to characterize eye fixations during visual search. On the one hand, J. M. Wolfe, G. A. Alvarez, and T. S. Horowitz (2000) have described them as a haphazard sequence of fixations. On the other hand is research that shows systematic repetition of visual patterns when freely viewing a scene (T. Foulsham & G. Underwood, 2008; D. Noton & L. W. Stark, 1971a). Two experiments are reported that demonstrate the repetition and adaptation of visual scans during visual… CONTINUE READING