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37 Eye movements and individual differences Xingshan Li, Keith Rayner, Carrick C. Williams, Kyle R. Cave, and
 

Summary: 37 Eye movements and individual differences
Xingshan Li, Keith Rayner, Carrick C. Williams, Kyle R. Cave, and
Arnold D. Well
40 The control of fixation duration during scene perception
Graham L. Pierce and John M. Henderson
44 The world is too much: Effects of array size on the link between
language comprehension and eye movements
Dane W. Sorensen and Karl G. D. Bailey
48 Dissociating mechanisms involved in accessing identity by dynamic
and static cues
Leslie L. Steede, Jeremy Tree, and Graham J. Hole
51 Is object-based attention mandatory?
Menahem Yeari and Morris Goldsmith
The role of global layout in visual short-term memory
George Alvarez and Aude Oliva
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA
Among the most fundamental questions we can address in visual cognition
research is what the basic unit of analysis is for a particular visual function.
Work on visual memory has contrasted three candidate units: objects, spatial
locations, and feature dimensions. An implicit assumption in this search for

  

Source: Alvarez, George A. - Department of Psychology, Harvard University
Oliva, Aude - Department of Brain and Cognitive Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences