Originally published in 1983, this volume represents the edited proceedings of the first conference organized by the European Group for Eye Movement Research with the theme "Eye Movements: Current Research and Methodology". The conference was held at the Department of Psychology, University of Bern, Switzerland in 1981. The book is divided into four parts covering: Methods; Central and Peripheral Processing; Picture Viewing and Visual Tracking; and Cognitive Processes and Reading. Each part is introduced by one of the session chairpersons of the conference.
Table of Contents
Participants and Contributors. Preface. Part 1: Methods Introduction by Peter R. Coles 1. Computer Analysis of Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements Angelo Buizza and Paola Avanzini 2. Computer Analysis of Saccadic Eye Movements Carlo Cabiati, Mauro Pastormerlo, Roberto Schmid and Daniela Zambarbieri 3. Automatic Evaluation of Eye or Head Movements for Visual Information Selection W. Schumacher and A. Korn 4. Problems of EOG-Data in Reading Dieter Heller 5. Looking at Looking: The Amorphous Fixation Measure Robert Karsh and Francis W. Breitenbach Part 2: Central and Peripheral Processing Introduction by Ariane Levy-Schoen 1. A Method of Measuring the Visual Lobe Area Heino Widdel 2. Asymmetrical Control Areas in Continuous Visual Search Wolfgang Prinz 3. The Influence of Peripheral Preprocessing on Oculomotor Programming in a Scanning Task Zoi Kapoula 4. The Visual Control of Saccadic Eye Movements: Evidence for Limited Plasticity John M. Findlay and Trevor I. Crawford 5. Effects on Eye Movement Functioning of an Oculomotor-Contingent Spatial Stimulus Jean-Louis Kaufmann and Peter R. Coles Part 3: Picture Viewing and Visual Tracking Introduction by Robert W. Ditchburn 1. Eye Movement Patterns in Viewing Ambiguous Figures A.G. Gale and J. M. Findlay 2. The Utility of Scanning Strategies in Radiology A.G. Gale and B. S. Worthington 3. Eye Movements and Picture Recognition: Contribution or Embellishment Dennis F. Fisher, Robert Karsh, Francis Breitenbach and B. Diane Barnette 4. Hierarchical Organization of Eye Tracking Movements Didier Bouis and Gerhardt Vossius 5. Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements and Attention in Schizophrenia and Cycloid Psychoses Sven Ingmar Andersson 6. Eye Movements in Schizophrenics Revisited N. Galley, M. Widera-Bernsen and H. B. Ishak Part 4: Cognitive Processes and Reading Introduction by Dennis F. Fisher 1. A Stochastic Hypothesis Testing Model for Multi-term Series Problems, Based on Eye Fixations Rudolf Groner and Marina Groner 2. Three-Dimensional Ordering, Text Representation, and Eye Fixation W. Krause, J. Fassi and F. Wysotzki 3. On the Relationship Between Saccade Size and Fixation Duration in Reading Dieter Heller and Hermann Müller 4. Understanding Extended Discourse Through the Eyes: How and Why Wayne L. Shebilske and Dennis F. Fisher 5. Processing of Sentences in Conditions of Aphasia as Assessed by Recording Eye Movements Walter Huber, Gerd Lüer and Uta Lass Part 5: References. Author Index. Subject Index.
Rudolf Groner, Christine Menz, Dennis F. Fisher, Richard A. Monty