Eye Movements Cognition and Visual Perception
Originally published in 1981, this volume represents the edited proceedings of the third symposium on eye movements and behaviour sponsored by the US Army Human Engineering Laboratory. The conference, titled "The Last Whole Earth Eye Movement Conference" was held in Florida in February 1980. As the conference approached, seizure of the American hostages by the Iranian militants, the Russian invasion of Afghanistan, and the uncertain economic outlook around the world made it appear as though the title was a self-fulfilling prophecy. But the meeting proved highly successful and people throughout the world seemed to be adapting to the stresses of international tension, making the possibility of subsequent meetings more likely. The present volume is intended to serve as a complementary text to the earlier texts Eye Movements and Psychological Processes (Monty & Senders, 1976) and Eye Movements and the Higher Psychological Functions (Senders, Fisher & Monty, 1978), rather than a revision and update of them.
Participants and Contributors. Preface. Part 1: Infant and Developing Mechanisms 1.1 Eye Movements and Form Perception in Human Infants Louise Hainline 1.2 The Influence of Peripheral Stimuli on Infant’s Eye Movements Daphne Maurer and Terri L. Lewis 1.3 Development of Smooth Pursuit in Human Infants Richard N. Aslin 1.4 Development of Optokinetic Nystagmus in Infants: An Indicator of Cortical Binocularity? Janette Atkinson and Oliver Braddick Part 2: Illusions and Aftereffects 2.1 The Interaction Between Eye Movements and Visual Illusions Stanley Coren 2.2 Hysteresis Effects in the Vergence Control System: Perceptual Implications Sheldon M. Ebenholtz 2.3 Visual Direction Illusions in Everyday Situations: Implications for Sensorimotor and Ecological Theories Wayne Shebilske 2.4 How Pursuit Eye Movements Can Convert Temporal Into Spatial Information M.J. Morgan Part 3: Pictures and Pictorial Processing 3.1 On the Time Course of Viewing Pictures with a View Towards Remembering Alinda Friedman and Linda S. Liebelt 3.2 Picture Context Effects on Eye Movement Patterns James R. Antes and James G. Penland 3.3 Local and Global Influences on Saccadic Eye Movements John M. Findlay 3.4 Identification and Processing of Briefly Glimpsed Visual Scenes Helene Intraub Part 4: Theory and Method 4.1 Scanpaths Revisited: Cognitive Models Direct Active Looking Lawrence Stark and Stephen R. Ellis 4.2 Small Involuntary Eye Movements: Solved and Unsolved Problems R.W. Ditchburn 4.3 Oculomotor Procrastination R.H.S. Carpenter 4.4 Digital Filters for Saccade and Fixation Detection J.R. Tole and L.R. Young 4.5 Compensation for Some Second Order Effects to Improve Eye Position Measurements David Sheena and Joshua Borah Part 5: Search and Scanning 5.1 The Development of Strategies of Visual Search Karen M. Cohen 5.2 The "Convenient Viewing Position" Hypothesis Kevin O’Regan 5.3 Flexible and/or Rigid Control of Oculomotor Scanning Behavior A. Levy-Schoen Part 6: Can Eye Movements Save the Earth? 6.1 "Can Eye Movements Save the Earth?" E. Llewellyn-Thomas Part 7: References. Author Index. Subject Index.