When eye movements express memory for old and new scenes in the absence of awareness and independent of hippocampus.

Abstract

Eye movements can reflect memory. For example, participants make fewer fixations and sample fewer regions when viewing old versus new scenes (the repetition effect). It is unclear whether the repetition effect requires that participants have knowledge (awareness) of the old-new status of the scenes or if it can occur independent of knowledge about old-new… (More)
DOI: 10.1101/lm.043851.116

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