ERIC Number: ED458505
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2001
Compilation of Eye Movement Research.
Dillon, Ronna F.
Efforts to use eye movement data to elucidate cognitive processes center on phenomena ranging from basic physiological processes to complex processes such as decision-making and job performance, and have been very productive. Irrespective of the particular task being studied, individual differences efforts have yielded differences in eye movements at five levels: (1) stages or phases; (2) differences in the sequential distribution of processing activities; (3) strategy components and strategies; (4) differences in eye movement patterns over time attributable to learning; and (5) flexibility, which occurs when an individual maintains processing efficiency as the demands of a task change. A categorized bibliography of eye movement research in the above areas is provided. (Contains 140 references.) (Author/JDM)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies; Reports - Research
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