LAB 1-2008 - PSY 341K LAB 1 Eye movements in a natural task Definition In between saccadic eye movements(high velocity ballistic movements around a

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PSY 341K LAB 1 1/29/08 Eye movements in a natural task Definition: In between saccadic eye movements (high velocity ballistic movements around a scene) the eye usually remains stationary for some period, ranging from about 100 msec to about a sec. We call this period a fixation . During this period the visual system is acquiring some kind of information about the world. 1. What are the questions? Is the behavior observed by Land in cricket also true for a simple task like catching a ball? What eye movements are made in this case? Do subjects anticipate the bounce point? By how much? Does it correlate with performance? Do Subjects look at floor or above the bounce point? What happens after bounce? Is there a difference between throwing and catching? Why? What eye movements are made when observing others throw and catch? Similarity between individuals? New Question: A. How do we adjust to balls with different properties? B.
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2008 for the course PSY 341K taught by Professor Gilden during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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LAB 1-2008 - PSY 341K LAB 1 Eye movements in a natural task Definition In between saccadic eye movements(high velocity ballistic movements around a

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