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Access Type

Open Access

Degree Program

Psychology

Degree Name

Thesis (M.S.)

Year Degree Awarded

1982

Abstract

Although it has been amply demonstrated that eye movements are influenced by the presence of complex information in visual displays , the nature of the control of this behavior remains unclear. Because of the brevity of the eye fixations, a major theoretical dispute has arisen over whether the eyes are guided to new fixation positions immediately, on the basis of information glimpsed during the immediately preceding fixation, or on a delayed basis , because new information is not available early enough in a fixation to influence the direction of the next eye movement

DOI

https://doi.org/10.7275/62yz-x605

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