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|Description:||X, 386 S. Ill., graph Darst. 24cm|
|Contents:||1. Visual extraction processes and regressive saccades in reading ; 2. Sources of information for the programming of short- and long-range regressions during reading ; 3. Word skipping: implications for theories of eye movement control in reading ; 4. Identifying compound words in reading: an overview and a model ; 5. New directions in theories of eye movement control during reading ; 6. Eye movement control in reading and the E-Z Reader model ; 7. Eye fixations on pictures of natural scenes: getting the gist and identifying the components ; 8. Semantic effects on object selection in real-world scene perception ; 9. Eye movements and visual memory for scenes ; 10. Remembering what we've seen: Predicting recollective experience from eye movements when viewing everyday scenes ; 11. Eye guidance and visual search ; 12. The integration of top-down and bottom up factors in visual search during driving ; 13. Novice and expert performance with a dynamic control task: scanpaths during a computer game ; 14. Perception in chess: evidence from eye movements ; 15. Tracking the eyes to obtain insight into insight problem solving|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Geoffrey Underwood|
This volume is a must-have for any researcher seeking a broad but in-depth review of the cognitive factors influencing eye-movement control. THES