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Gaze-contingent manipulation of the FVF demonstrates the importance of fixation duration for explaining search behavior

  • Jochen Laubrock (a1), Ralf Engbert (a1) and Anke Cajar (a1)
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Hulleman & Olivers' (H&O's) model introduces variation of the functional visual field (FVF) for explaining visual search behavior. Our research shows how the FVF can be studied using gaze-contingent displays and how FVF variation can be implemented in models of gaze control. Contrary to H&O, we believe that fixation duration is an important factor when modeling visual search behavior.

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