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2.1.1 Physiology of the visual projections
2.1.2 Psychophysical performance in peripheral vision
2.1.3 Comparison of psychophysical and physiological measures
2.2.1 Magnocellular and parvocellular systems
2.2.2 Visual processing in the cortex
2.4.2 Combining saccadic movements with pursuit and vergence
2.4.3 Saccadic suppression
2.4.4 Physiological pathways for saccadic eye movements
2.5 Summary
3.1 Covert and overt attention
3.2.1 Spotlights
3.2.2 Zoom lens accounts of attention
3.2.3 Late vs. early selection models of attention
3.2.4 The visual benefits of covert spatial attention
3.3.1 Klein’s Independence Account
3.3.2 The Sequential Attentional Model
3.3.3 The Pre-motor Theory of Attention
3.4 Speed of attention
3.5 Neurophysiology of attention
3.6.1 Attention to objects
3.6.2 Attention to visual properties
3.7 Active vision and attention
3.8 Summary
4.1 Introduction
4.2.1 Target properties
4.2.2 The gap effect
4.2.3 The remote distractor effect
4.2.4 Express saccades
4.2.5 Variability in latencies
4.3.1 Burst and pause cells in the reticular formation
4.3.2 Fixation, burst and buildup neurons in the superior colliculus
4.3.3 Variability of saccade latencies
4.4.1 Corrective saccades
4.4.2 The double step paradigm
4.4.3 The double target paradigm
4.4.4 Parallel processing of saccades
4.4.5 Antisaccades
4.5 Physiology of the WHERE system
4.6 The Findlay and Walker model
4.7 Development and plasticity
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Basic patterns of visual sampling during reading
5.3.1 Gaze-contingent methodologies
5.3.3 Preview benefit
5.4.1 Lexical access: influences on the speed of word recognition
5.4.2 Optimal viewing position
5.5 Control of fixation duration
6.1 Visual search tasks
6.2.1 Feature Integration Theory
6.2.2 Guided Search
6.2.3 A late-selection model of visual search
6.2.4 Overview of the models
6.3.1 Search without eye movements
6.3.2 Visual search and the conspicuity area or visual lobe
6.4.1 Saccades in parallel and serial visual search
6.4.2 Processing within an eye fixation during visual search
6.4.3 Guidance of saccades in visual search
6.4.4 Saccades in visual search: latencies and fixation durations
6.4.5 Saccades in visual search: landing positions
6.5 Ocular capture in visual search
6.6 Saccades in visual search: scanpaths
6.7 Physiology of visual search
6.8 Summary
7.1.1 Early studies of picture scanning
7.1.2 Average characteristics of eye movement patterns during picture viewing
7.1.3 Scanpaths
7.1.4. The gaze selects informative details
7.2.1 Scenes and objects
7.2.2 Theories of object perception and scene perception
7.2.4 Object perception in peripheral vision .
7.2.5 Scene context and object perception
7.2.6 Change blindness
7.3.1 Deictic vision
7.3.2 Vision supporting everyday actions
7.4 Summary
8.2 Neglect
8.3 Balint’s syndrome & dorsal simultanagnosia
8.4 Frontal lobe damage
8.5.1 Peripheral Neuropsychology
8.5.2 Reading without eye movements
8.5.3 Saccadic head movements
8.6 Summary
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Active Vision the Psychology of Looking and Seeing - John M. Findlay

Active Vision the Psychology of Looking and Seeing - John M. Findlay

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