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LABreport 1-08 - PSY 341K LAB REPORT1 Eye Movements When...

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PSY 341K LAB REPORT1 2/14/08 Eye Movements When Catching Balls Introduction Eye movements a ubiquitous aspect of human vision – consequence of foveal  specialization. Relatively little known until recently – developments in eye tracking. What is known about natural tasks (Land chapter)? This paper: focus on intercepting moving targets – general aspect of visually  guided behavior (avoiding moving vehicles/catching/ hitting etc). What’s known about intercepting moving targets: Land & McCleod – cricket, table  tennis. Why is the prediction they observe interesting? Is behavior similar for catching? Does result generalize? Differences: ball moves  slower eg. Specific questions:  What eye movements are made in this case? Do subjects anticipate the bounce point? By how much?  How accurate is this movement?  What happens after bounce?  How do subjects adjust to different balls? Is it difficult to adjust to the tennis ball 
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