Eye Movements and the Higher Psychological Functions
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Originally published in 1978, this volume reflects the proceedings of a conference held in February 1977 in California and is a natural successor to the earlier volume Eye Movements and Psychological Processes (Monty & Senders, 1976). The second conference was aimed at providing a greater opportunity for discussing the "higher mental processes" touched on in the first volume.
Part 1 is devoted to an intensive review of the underlying processes and psychological functions of eye movements. It includes discussions of the relationships of cortical and subcortical visual areas to eye movements and visual processing associated with them; information about the position of the eye in the head and the perception of visual space; saccades and visual functioning; and masking. In further parts it goes on to look at: methodology and models; cognitive processes; reading processes; looking at static and dynamic display; and finally chapters on problems and applications.
Table of Contents
Participants and Contributors. Preface. Introduction. Part 1: Basic Processes 1.1 The Visual Substrate of Eye Movements David Lee Robinson and Michael E. Goldberg 1.2 Role of Eye Position Information in Visual Space Perception Alexander A. Skavenski and Ronald M. Hansen 1.3 Central and Peripheral Determinants of Saccadic Suppression Frances C. Volkmann, Lorrin A. Riggs, Robert K. Moore, and Keith D. White 1.4 Neurophysiological Mechanisms Underlying Metacontrast: Implications for the Coordination of Eye Movements and Perception Leo Ganz Part 2: Methods and Models 2.1 Semiautomatic Eye Movement Data Analysis Techniques for Experiments with Varying Scenes David Sheena and Barbara N. Flagg 2.2 Dynamic Interactions in Binocular Vision Michael R. Clark and Hewitt D. Crane 2.3 Adaption of Cognitive Processes to the Eye Movement System J. Edward Russo Part 3: Cognitive Processes 3.1 Eye Fixations During Mental Rotation Patricia A. Carpenter and Marcel Adam Just 3.2 Control of Visual Fixation Duration in Search Jonathan Vaughan Part 4: Reading Processes 4.1 Eye Movements, Reading, and Cognition John A. Stern 4.2 Inference Processes During Reading: Reflections from Eye Fixations Marcel Adam Just and Patricia A. Carpenter 4.3 Relation of Eye Fixations to Old-New Information of Texts Leonard F. Scinto, Jr. 4.4 Ocular-Motor System Control of Position Anticipation and Expectation: Implications for the Reading Process Gerald Leisman 4.5 Analyzing Eye Movements to Infer Processing Styles During Learning from Text Ernst Z. Rothkopf 4.6 Eye Movements in Reading Disabled Children Lester A. Lefton Part 5 Looking at Static and Dynamic Displays 5.1 Searching for Nina Calvin F. Nodine, Dennis P. Carmody and Harold L. Kundel 5. 2 Eye Movements During Inspection and Recall Warren H. Teichner, Dean LeMaster, and Patricia A. Kinney 5.3 Children and Television: Effects of Stimulus Repetition on Eye Activity Barbara N. Flagg 5.4 Film Cutting and Visual Momentum Julian Hochberg and Virginia Brooks Part 6: Problems and Applications 6. 1 Studies of Eye Movements and Visual Search in Radiology Harold L. Kundel and Calvin F. Nodine 6.2 An Exploratory Investigation of the Stochastic Nature of the Drivers’ Eye Movements and their Relationship to the Roadway Geometry E.D. McDowell and T.H. Rockwell Part 7: References. Author Index. Subject Index.