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Walking Data Analysis
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Background Jovancevic et al 2006 Where do you look while navigating? Same experimental environment you used. But… Any pedestrian could collide at 10% probability 18 laps of experience per trial type Another condition where colliders sped up
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Looks at pedestrians are about ~30% of fixations Fixation patterns are sensitive to low probability events But collisions aren’t always detected (~60%) Bottom up capture is weak Top down scheduling seems more plausible Open Question (addressed by your lab): How do people learn about the probabilities? Probability matching? At what rate? Results
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Other results Speeding up had little effect Stimulus properties don’t correlate well with fixations  (eg. color, angle of rotation, distance away).  Fixating a collider makes the subject slow down
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