Eye Movements: A Window on Mind and Brain by Roger PG van Gompel

By Roger PG van Gompel

Eye-movement recording has develop into the tactic of selection in a large choice of disciplines investigating how the brain and mind paintings. This quantity brings jointly fresh, fine quality eye-movement examine from many various disciplines and, in doing so, provides a finished evaluation of the state of the art in eye-movement learn.

Sections contain the historical past of eye-movement study, physiological and scientific reports of eye hobbies, transsaccadic integration, computational modelling of eye pursuits, analyzing, spoken language processing, realization and scene notion, and eye-movements in average environments.

  • Includes fresh study from numerous disciplines
  • Divided into sections in keeping with subject components, with an summary bankruptcy starting every one section
  • Through the research of eye activities we will know about the human brain, and eye flow recording has develop into the strategy of selection in lots of disciplines

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5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 9% of articles did not specify the country of origin. Nr articles: Number of articles with ‘eye(-)movement(s)’ in title in the social sciences database in Web of Knowledge for the period 1976–1980, searched on 15 May 2006. % of all articles: Percentage of articles with ‘eye(-)movement(s)’ in title out of all eye-movement articles from all countries. Nr articles/million population: Number of articles with ‘eye(-)movement(s)’ in title per million population. Population data from Bradfield, Keillor, and Pragnell (1976).

1991) Corbetta, Miezin, Shulman, et al. (1993) Dawes, Liggins, Leduc, et al. (1972) Robinson (1972) Duhamel, Colby, & Goldberg (1992) Zee, Yamazaki, Butler, et al. (1981) Keller (1974) Park & Holzman (1992) Goldman-Rakic (1995) Benca, Obermeyer, Thisted, et al. (1992) Points Times mentioned as most influential Citation count Area 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 852 758 626 554 458 448 438 429 419 417 27 27 9 2 23 2 2 2 2 9 Note: Points: For each respondent N = 44 , the most influential paper counted as 3 points, the second most influential paper as 2 points, and the third most influential paper as 1 point.

9% of articles did not specify the country of origin. Nr articles: Number of articles with ‘eye(-)movement(s)’ in title in the social sciences database in Web of Knowledge for the period 1976–1980, searched on 15 May 2006. % of all articles: Percentage of articles with ‘eye(-)movement(s)’ in title out of all eye-movement articles from all countries. Nr articles/million population: Number of articles with ‘eye(-)movement(s)’ in title per million population. Population data from Bradfield, Keillor, and Pragnell (1976).

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