“Influence of high-level cognitive goals on gaze patterns: Yarbus revisited” by Lipps and Pelz

  • ©Marianne A. Lipps and Jeff Pelz

  • ©Marianne A. Lipps and Jeff Pelz

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    Influence of high-level cognitive goals on gaze patterns: Yarbus revisited

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    While accomplished without conscious effort, visual perception is a complex dynamic process that unfolds over time. The uneven  distribution of cone photosensors in the human visual system re- quires that the eyes be moved frequently to support perception.  Making over 100,000 rapid eye movements daily, the oculomotor system is central to the process of visual perception.

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    1. Yarbus, A. 1967. Eye Movements and Vision. Plenum Press.


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