By Rudolf Groner and Géry d'Ydewalle (Eds.)
This quantity includes chosen and edited papers from the seventh ecu convention on Eye routine (ECEM 7) held in Durham, united kingdom on August 31-September three 1993. the quantity is prepared as follows:- Invited Lectures, Pursuit and Co-Ordination, Saccade and Fixation regulate, Oculomotor body structure, scientific and scientific points of Eye hobbies, Eye pursuits and Cognition, Eye activities and Language and eventually, screens and functions.
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1993). Mindless reading: Eye movement characteristics are similar in scanning strings and reading text. Manuscript submitted for publication. 22 K. A. (1983). The temporal characteristics of visual information extraction during reading. In Eye Movements in Reading: Perceptual and Language Processes, K. , Academic Press, New York, pp 41-51. Zola, D. (1984). Redundancy and word perception during reading. Perception & Psychophysics 36, 277284. MODELS OF O C U L O M O T O R FUNCTION: AN APPRAISAL OF THE ENGINEER'S INTRUSION INTO O C U L O M O T O R PHYSIOLOGY Wolfgang Becker Sektion Neurophysiologie, Universit~it Ulm, 89 081 Ulm, G e r m a n y Abstract Models have become a major tool in oculomotor physiology as a means of interpreting experimental results, formulating hypotheses, and understanding system function.
Rayner Ed, Academic Press, New York, pp 359-376. , & Zola, D. (1988). Eye movement control during reading: I. The location of initial fixations on words. Vision Res. 28, 1107-1118. M. (1989). Eye movement control during reading: II. Frequency of refixating a word. Perception & Psychophysics 46, 245-253. , & Rayner, K. (1975). The span of the effective stimulus during a fixation in reading. Perception & Psychophysics 17, 578-586. , & Rayner, K. (1976). Asymmetry of the perceptual span in reading.
Becker For pragmatic reasons, the concept of "model" has been extended also to purely empirical descriptions of systems which, unlike the syntheses in Fig. 1C and D do not reflect an analytic insight. As an example, consider Fig. 1E which depicts an extreme case of a black box model; the box in Fig. 1E is a very simplified scheme of the saccadic system which reflects the empirical fact that the system responds to single, small, steps of a target with steps of similar size delayed by 200 ms, or so.
Eye Movement Research: Mechanisms, Processes, and Applications by Rudolf Groner and Géry d'Ydewalle (Eds.)