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The rhythm of the eyes: overt and covert attentional pointing

The rhythm of the eyes: overt and covert attentional pointing
The rhythm of the eyes: overt and covert attentional pointing
This commentary centres around the system of human visual attention. Although generally supportive of the position advocated in the target article, we suggest that the detailed account overestimates the capacities of active human vision. Limitations of peripheral search and saccadic accuracy are discussed in relation to the division of labour between covert and overt attentional processes.
0140-525X
p.747
Findlay, J.M.
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Brown, V.
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Gilchrist, I.D.
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Findlay, J.M.
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Brown, V.
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Gilchrist, I.D.
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Findlay, J.M., Brown, V. and Gilchrist, I.D. (1997) The rhythm of the eyes: overt and covert attentional pointing. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 20 (4), p.747.

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Abstract

This commentary centres around the system of human visual attention. Although generally supportive of the position advocated in the target article, we suggest that the detailed account overestimates the capacities of active human vision. Limitations of peripheral search and saccadic accuracy are discussed in relation to the division of labour between covert and overt attentional processes.

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Published date: December 1997
Additional Information: Commentary on Ballard D et al. Deictic codes for the embodiment of cognition.

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Local EPrints ID: 48323
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/48323
ISSN: 0140-525X
PURE UUID: 3cf4c7ce-95a4-4df0-94b7-0238ed72a442

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Date deposited: 24 Jan 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:57

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