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Eye Movements: A Window on Mind and Brain.

Author: Roger P G Van Gompel
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2007.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Roger P G Van Gompel
OCLC Number: 441777002
Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 720 pages, [8] pages of color plates) : illustrations
Contents: Cover --
Copyright Page --
Table of Contents --
Preface --
List of Contributors --
Reviewers --
Chapter 1 Eye-Movement Research: An Overview of Current and Past Developments --
Abstract --
1. Overview of the parts in this book --
2. Questionnaire study and journal database search --
3. Conclusions --
References --
PART 1: HISTORY OF EYE-MOVEMENT RESEARCH --
Chapter 2 Scanning the Seen: Vision and the Origins of Eye-Movement Research --
Abstract --
1. Visual vertigo --
2. Torsion --
3. Eye movements during reading --
4. Eye movements over patterns --
5. Conclusion --
References --
Chapter 3 Eye Movement Research in the 1950s --
Abstract --
1. Change in mindset --
2. Micronystagmus --
3. Systems theory --
4. Limitations to the approach --
References --
Chapter 4 Fixation Strategies During Active Behaviour: A Brief History --
Abstract --
1. Introduction: before 1990 --
2. The block copying task of Dana Ballard: Two useful maxims --
3. Everyday life tasks: making tea and sandwiches --
4. Ball games --
5. Driving --
6. Conclusions --
References --
PART 2: PHYSIOLOGY AND CLINICAL STUDIES OF EYE MOVEMENTS --
Chapter 5 Using Eye Movements to Probe Development and Dysfunction --
Abstract --
1. Introduction --
2. Overview of brain areas involved in saccade control --
3. Saccadic eye-movement tasks --
4. Accumulator models describe reaction times --
5. Normal Development --
6. Eye-Movement Abnormalities in clinical studies --
7. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder --
8. Parkinson's disease --
9. Tourette Syndrome --
10. Delayed saccade task --
11. Conclusions --
Appendix A --
References --
Chapter 6 Anti-Saccade Task Performance is Dependent Upon Bold Activation Prior to Stimulus Presentation: An fMRI Study in Human Subjects --
Abstract --
1. Methods --
2. Results --
3. Discussion --
References --
Chapter 7 Commutative Eye Rotations in Congenital Nystagmus --
Abstract --
1. Listing's law --
2. Muscle pulleys --
3. Commutative eye movements and ocular motor instabilities --
4. Methods --
5. Results --
6. Discussion --
Acknowledgement --
References --
PART 3: TRANSSACCADIC INTEGRATION --
Chapter 8 Transsaccadic Recognition in Scene Exploration --
Abstract --
1. Introduction --
2. The power of single-shot perception --
3. Transsaccadic information integration in scene exploration: The Pit and the Pendulum --
4. Some new data: Transsaccadic object recognition in scenes --
5. Conclusion: Time to put a transsaccadic theory of recognition on the agenda --
Acknowledgement --
References --
Chapter 9 How Postsaccadic Visual Structure Affects the Detection of Intrasaccadic Target Displacements --
Abstract --
1. Experiment 1 --
2. Experiment 2 --
3. Experiment 3 --
4. Experiment 4 --
5. General discussion --
Acknowledgements --
Chapter 10 Transsaccadic Memory: Building a Stable World from Glance to Glance --
Abstract --
1. Introduction --
2. Combining basic vi.

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