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ISSN 1350-6285, Online ISSN: 1464-0716
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Introduction to “Computational Approaches to Reading and Scene Perception”
Henderson, John M.
Eye movements in reading versus nonreading tasks: Using E-Z Reader to understand the role of word/stimulus familiarity
Reichle, Erik D.; Rayner, Keith; Pollatsek, Alexander
The zoom lens of attention: Simulating shuffled versus normal text reading using the SWIFT model
Schad, Daniel J.; Engbert, Ralf
The utility of modelling word identification from visual input within models of eye movements in reading
Bicknell, Klinton; Levy, Roger
Using CRISP to model global characteristics of fixation durations in scene viewing and reading with a common mechanism
Nuthmann, Antje; Henderson, John M.
Eye movement prediction and variability on natural video data sets
Dorr, Michael; Vig, Eleonora; Barth, Erhardt
TAM: Explaining off-object fixations and central fixation tendencies as effects of population averaging during search
Zelinsky, Gregory J.
Modelling the influence of central and peripheral information on saccade biases in gaze-contingent scene viewing
Foulsham, Tom; Kingstone, Alan
Influence of the amount of context learned for improving object classification when simultaneously learning object and contextual cues
Marat, Sophie; Itti, Laurent