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Eye Tracking Lab

Our research focuses on cognitive processes involved in visual search, inductive reasoning, graph comprehension and human computer interaction. We are also interested in testing oculomotor functions in neurological patients. We use eye-tracking-techniques, which allow us to monitor the sequence of information selection and acquisition. Recording eye movements is a method which provides a rich and detailed description of the ongoing and moment-by-moment processing.







Equipment
We have two labs equipped with Eyelink I and Eyelink II eye-tracking systems by SR Research. They use infrared video-monitoring at a sampling
rate of 250 - 500 Hz.


Publications and Presentations

Körner, C., & Gilchrist, I.D. (2008). Memory processes in multiple target visual search. Psychological Research, 72, 99 –105. [PDF]
Körner, C., & Gilchrist, I.D. (2007). Finding a new target in an old display: Evidence for a memory recency effect in visual search. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 846 – 851. [PDF]
Körner, C. (2004). Sequential processing in comprehension of hierarchical graphs. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 18,     467-480.
Körner, C. & Gilchrist, I.D. (2004, August). A Memory recency effect in visual search [Abstract], Perception, 33     (Suppl.), 134.
Körner, C., & Gilchrist, I. D. (2004). Eye movements in a simple spatial reasoning task. Perception, 33, 485-494.
Wesiak, G. (2004). Blickbewegungen beim Lösen Induktiver Denkaufgaben. In D. Kerzel, V. Franz & K. Gegenfurtner     (Eds.), Beiträge zur 46. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (pp. 284). Lengerich: Pabst.
Wesiak, G. (2004). Eye-movement patterns in solving inductive reasoning problems. Perception (supplement), 33, 136.
Körner, C. & Gilchrist, I.D. (2003, May). Target tagging in visual search. Paper presented at the 3rd annual meeting of     the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Sarasota, Florida.
Körner, C. & Gilchrist, I.D. (2003, August). Refixations in visual search: The cost of target tagging. Poster presented at     the 12th meeting of the European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM), Dundee, UK.
Körner, C. & Gilchrist, I.D. (2002, August). Evidence for a link between fixation patterns and display structure in     reasoning [Abstract], Perception, 31 (Suppl.), 182.
Wriessnegger, S., Janzen, G., & Albert, D. (2002). Eye movements in solving letter series completion problems.
     Psychologische Beiträge, 44, 512-520.
Körner, C. & Ortner, B. (2002, Februar). Der Einfluss von Grapheneigenschaften auf Blickbewegungen bei visuellen     Suchaufgaben. Paper presented at the 5th scientific conference of the Austrian Psychological Association, Vienna,     Austria.


 

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