YEARS

2008-2011

AUTHORS

John M. Henderson

TITLE

What determines where we look?

ABSTRACT

<p>Where in a scene our eyes are directed at any given moment has a profound effect on how we interpret and remember the visual world around us. Therefore, an important topic of research in visual cognition concerns the nature of the processes that determine where the eyes are directed from moment to moment. Recent research has highlighted two general categories of factors that affect where we look: stimulus factors related to the scene itself, and cognitive factors such as how we interpret what we are looking at. How these two sources of information trade off and are integrated with each other is not well understood. This research project involves a series of experiments aimed at understanding the mechanisms that control where we look in a complex, real-world visual scene.<br /></p>

FUNDED PUBLICATIONS

  • Object-based attentional selection in scene viewing.
  • Eye movements and visual encoding during scene perception.
  • Taking a new look at looking at nothing.
  • The influence of clutter on real-world scene search: evidence from search efficiency and eye movements.
  • The time course of initial scene processing for eye movement guidance in natural scene search.
  • Oculomotor capture during real-world scene viewing depends on cognitive load.
  • I see what you're saying: the integration of complex speech and scenes during language comprehension.
  • Searching in the dark: cognitive relevance drives attention in real-world scenes.
  • Does gravity matter? Effects of semantic and syntactic inconsistencies on the allocation of attention during scene perception.
  • CRISP: a computational model of fixation durations in scene viewing.
  • Viewing task influences eye movement control during active scene perception.
  • Combining top-down processes to guide eye movements during real-world scene search.
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