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Current Trends in Eye Tracking Research - Mike Horsley

Year 2014


Eye Tracking and the Visual SystemThe Active Eye: Perspectives on Eye Movement Research1 Perception in Action2 Social Interaction3 Magic and Misdirection4 Distraction5 ConclusionReferencesEye Movements from Laboratory to Life1 Eye Guidance in Scene Viewing2 Eye Guidance in Natural TasksReferencesGuidance of Attention by Feature Relationships: The End of the Road for Feature Map Theories?1 Introduction2 The Relational Account Versus Optimal Tuning Accounts3 Can Guidance by Relationships Be Explained by Feature-Based Theories of Attention?4 Are Sensory Neurons Feature Detectors or Relational?5 Can the Relational Theory Explain Feature-Specific Tuning?6 ConclusionReferencesGaze and Speech: Pointing Device and Text Entry Modality1 Introduction2 Background3 Eye Gaze and Speech as a Pointing Device4 Methodology5 Results6 Discussion7 Multimodal Word Processor8 Analysis9 Results of Study10 Discussion11 ConclusionReferencesImproving the Accuracy of Video-Based Eye Tracking in Real Time through Post-Calibration Regression1 Introduction2 Accuracy of Eye Tracking3 Reported Accuracy of Video-Based Eye Trackers4 Calibration5 Improving the Accuracy of Eye-Tracking Data6 Motivation for This Study7 Method8 Analysis9 Preparation of the Data10 Trends in the Offsets11 Consistency Per Participant12 Improvement with the Regression Approach13 Correlation of Improvements with Initial Offsets14 Discussion15 Limitations and Future PossibilitiesReferencesGaze Shifts and Pen Velocity Minima During Line Copying with Consideration to Signature Simulation1 Introduction2 Methods3 Results4 Discussion and ConclusionsReferencesDegree of Subject's Indecisiveness Characterized by Eye Movement Patterns in Increasingly Difficult Tasks1 Introduction2 Experimental Procedure3 Eye-Tracking Descriptors4 Eye-Tracking Results5 Conclusions and DiscussionReferencesThe Use of an Infrared Eye Tracker in Evaluating the Reading Performance in a Congenital Nystagmus Patient Fitted with Soft Contact Lens: A Case Report1 Introduction2 Case study3 Methods4 Results5 Discussion6 ConclusionReferencesAligning Eye Tracking and EEG DataTriangulating the Reading Brain: Eye Movements, Computational Models, and EEG1 Introduction2 Eye Movements in Reading3 Computational Models4 Electroencephalogram5 A Synergistic AllianceReferencesOculomotor Control, Brain Potentials, and Timelines of Word Recognition During Natural Reading1 Introduction2 Word Frequency and Predictability Affect Eye Movements and Brain Potentials3 Evidence from Eye Movements (EMs)4 Evidence from Event-Related Brain Potentials5 Co-Registration of Eye Movements and Brain Potentials6 The N400 Predictability Effect in FRPs During Natural Reading7 Experimental Manipulation of Frequency and Predictability8 Experimental Manipulation of SOA in the SVP Paradigm9 Outlook: Gaze-Contingent Display Change Experiments10 SummaryReferencesMeasuring Neuronal Correlates of Reading with Novel Spread-Spectrum ProtocolsReferencesThe Quest for Integrating Data in Mixed Research: User Experience Research Revisited1 Introduction2 Experience as a Design Aim3 Needs as Determinants of Experiences4 Research Questions5 Mixed Methods6 Iterations of Analysis7 Software for Data Manipulation and Synchronization8 Concluding Thoughts on Mixed Methods in UX ResearchReferencesEye Tracking and Marketing and SocialApplications Eye Tracking as a Research Method in Social and Marketing Applications1 Core Eye-Tracking Research Methods in Social and Marketing Applications2 Area of Interest Analysis in Social and Marketing Applications3 Gaze Plots, Heat Maps and Scan Plots in Social and Marketing Applications4 Stimulated Recall in Social and Marketing ApplicationsReferencesMobile Eye-Tracking in Retail Research1 Introduction2 Liter ature Review3 Methodology4 ConclusionsReferencesPrivate and Public: Eye Movement and Eye Tracking in Marketing1 Growth in Eye Movement and Eye Tracking Research2 Eye Tracking in Marketing Research3 The Rise of Applied Eye-Tracking Research Organisations4 Case Study 1: A Case Study from the Financial Services Industry on the Facilitation of Customer Design5 Case Study 2: A Case Study Exploring the Influence of Articulatory Suppression on the Reading Direction Effect6 ConclusionReferencesEye Movement Evaluation of Signature Forgeries: Insights to Forensic Expert Evidence1 Introduction2 Understanding the Legal Context of Performance Evaluations in Forensic Document Examiners3 Evidence of Expertise for Decision-Making in Forensic Document Examiners4 Understanding the FDE Work Environment5 Eye Tracking to Understand the Mechanisms of Expertise in FDEsReferencesA Role for Eye-Tracking Research in Accounting and Financial Reporting?1 Introduction2 Methodology3 Results4 ConclusionReferencesEye Tracking During a Psychosocial Stress Simulation: Insights into Social Anxiety Disorder1 Background2 Proposed Paradigm: Eye-Tracking Speech Simulation3 Expected Outcomes and ImplicationsReferencesUsing Saccadic Eye Movements to Assess Cognitive Decline with Ageing1 Introduction2 Method3 Data Analysis4 Results5 DiscussionReferencesComparing Personally Tailored Videoand Text-Delivered Web-Based Physical Activity Interventions—The Medium and the Message: An Eye-Tracking Study1 Introduction2 Methods3 Results4 Discussion5 ConclusionsReferencesBenefits of Complementing Eye-Tracking Analysis with Think-Aloud Protocol in a Multilingual Country with High Power Distance1 Introduction2 Problem Statement3 Objectives4 Current Study5 Results and Discussion6 Analysis7 ConclusionReferencesEye Tracking and EducationEye Tracking and the Learning System: An Overview1 Introduction2 Research on the Mechanics of Reading Comprehension3 Eye-Tracking Research in Investigating Learning from Complex Visual Displays4 Eye Tracking and the Development of Self Regulation5 Eye Tracking on Websites6 ConclusionReferencesA New Approach to Cognitive Metrics: Analysing the Visual Mechanics of Comprehension using Eye-Tracking Data in Student Completion of High-Stakes Testing Evaluation1 Context2 Reading Comprehension3 Eye Movements During Reading4 Eye-Tracker Literature5 Methodology6 Results7 Discussion8 ConclusionReferencesComparing Novice and Expert Nurses in Analysing Electrocardiographs (ECGs) Containing Critical Diagnostic Information: An Eye Tracking Study of the Development of Complex Nursing Visual Cognitive Skills1 Introduction to Clinical Practice Context2 Conceptual Background: Understanding Complex Visual Displays3 Novice and Expert Gaze Models Applied to Reading Complex Visual Displays4 The Research and Study Design5 Data Analysis6 Results from the ECGs with Diagnostic Criteria in Specific Leads7 Results from the ECGs with Diagnostic Criteria that can be Evidenced in All Leads Across the ECG8 DiscussionReferencesThe Development and Refinement of Student Self-Regulatory Strategies in Online Learning Environments1 Introduction2 Self-Regulated Learning3 Rationale for Study Design4 Research Questions5 Methods6 Findings7 ConclusionsReferences
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