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Journal of Eye Movement Research
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260 Publications
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OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)
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  • Tracking Visual Scanning Techniques in Training Simulation for Helicopter Landing

    Robinski, Maxi; Stein, Michael (2013)
    Research has shown no consistent findings about how scanning techniques differ between experienced and inexperienced helicopter pilots depending on mission demands. To explore this question, 33 military pilots performed two different landing maneuvers in a flight simulator. The data included scanning data (eye tracking) as well as performance, workload, and a self-assessment of scanning techniques (interviews). Fifty-four percent of scanning-related differences between pilots resulted from th...

    Pupil response as an indicator of hazard perception during simulator driving

    Kübler, Thomas Christian; Kasneci, Enkelejda; Vintila, Florentin (2017)
    We investigate the pupil response to hazard perception during driving simulation. Complementary to gaze movement and physiological stress indicators, pupil size changes can provide valuable information on traffic hazard perception with a relatively low temporal delay. We tackle the challenge of identifying those pupil dilation events associated with hazardous events from a noisy signal by a combination of wavelet transformation and machine learning. Therefore, we use features of the wavelet c...

    Pupil size affects measures of eye position in video eye tracking: implications for recording vergence accuracy

    Jaschinski, Wolfgang (2016)
    Video eye trackers rely on the position of the pupil centre. However, the pupil centre can shift when the pupil size changes. This pupillary artifact is investigated for binocular vergence accuracy (i.e. fixation disparity) in near vision where the pupil is smaller in the binocular test phase than in the monocular calibration. A regression between recordings of pupil size and fixation disparity allows correcting the pupillary artefact. This corrected fixation disparity appeared to be favourab...

    Heterophoria: Vergence stability and visual acuity after asymmetric saccades

    Blum, Bernhard M.; Kirchhoff, Daniel; Bickmann, Alexander; Ehrt, Oliver; Straube, Andreas; Eggert, Thomas (2012)
    Many patients with heterophoria report on symptoms related to impaired vision. To investigate whether these symptoms are provoked by saccades this study examines whether in heterophoria effects on intrasaccadic and postsaccadic vergence movements are linked to effects on visual performance. Visual acuity was measured in 35 healthy subjects during fixation and immediately after asymmetric diverging saccades. Binocular position traces were recorded by video-oculography. Subjects with exophoria ...

    Examining the visual screening patterns of emotional facial expressions with gender, age and lateralization

    Cangöz, Banu; Altun, Arif; Aşkar, Petek; Baran, Zeynel; Mazman, Sacide Güzin (2013)
    The main objective of the study is to investigate the effects of age of model, gender of observer, and lateralization on visual screening patterns while looking at the emotional facial expressions. Data were collected through eye tracking methodology. The areas of interests were set to include eyes, nose and mouth. The selected eye metrics were first fixation duration, fixation duration and fixation count. Those eye tracking metrics were recorded for different emotional expressions (sad, happ...
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