Eye Guidance in Natural Scenes

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Benjamin W. Tatler
Taylor & Francis Group, 2009 - Psychology - 432 pages
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Successfully completing many forms of behaviour requires that humans look in the right place at the right time: This has generated a large volume of research aimed at understanding how the eyes are guided. This special issue demonstrates that the decision about where to look involves a large number of factors from low- to high-level constraints. New models of eye guidance are presented, and these offer converging approaches to understanding how we inspect complex scenes. Importantly, this special issue brings together evidence from a range of settings - from static scene viewing to real world environments - in order to fully assess our current understanding of eye guidance in natural scenes.

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Current understanding of eye guidance
Eye movements
Overt attentional prioritization of new objects and feature changes during

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