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The saccadic spike artifact in MEG
Electro- and magnetoencephalography (EEG/MEG) are the means to investigate the dynamics of neuronal activity non-invasively in the human brain. However, both EEG and MEG are also sensitive to non-neural sources, which can ...
Effects of luminance contrast and its modifications on fixation behavior during free viewing of images from different categories
During viewing of natural scenes, do low-level features guide attention, and if so, does this depend on higher-level features? To answer these questions, we studied the image category dependence of lowlevel feature ...
Developmental changes in natural viewing behavior bottom-up and top-down differences between children, young adults
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2010)
Despite the growing interest in fixation selection under natural conditions, there is a major gap in the literature concerning its developmental aspects. Early in life, bottom-up processes, such as local image feature – ...
Real and implied motion at the center of gaze
(Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, 2014)
Even though the dynamicity of our environment is a given, much of what we know on fixation selection comes from studies of static scene viewing. We performed a direct comparison of fixation selection on static and dynamic ...
The Contributions of Image Content and Behavioral Relevancy to Overt Attention
During free-viewing of natural scenes, eye movements are guided by bottom-up factors inherent to the stimulus, as well as top-down factors inherent to the observer. The question of how these two different sources of ...
An extensive dataset of eye movements during viewing of complex images
We present a dataset of free-viewing eye-movement recordings that contains more than 2.7 million fixation locations from 949 observers on more than 1000 images from different categories. This dataset aggregates and harmonizes ...
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