ECEM 2007 

University of Potsdam, College of Human Sciences, Department of Psychology 14th European Conference on Eye Movements
14th European Conference on Eye Movements
19-23 August 2007 in Potsdam, Germany

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FindlayJohn M.A1-120.08. 10:30Rapid detection of person information in a naturalistic scene
KirchnerHolleA1-220.08. 10:50Ultra-rapid categorisation of natural sounds: Assessing auditory processing speed with saccadic eye movements
NummenmaaLauriA1-320.08. 11:10Emotional content drives the saccade generation system reflexively
NyströmMarcusA1-420.08. 11:30Variable resolution images and their effect on eye-movements during free-viewing
PfeifferThiesA1-520.08. 11:503D fixations in real and virtual scenarios
d'YdewalleGéryA1-620.08. 12:10The Processing of Flashbacks in Film
KoernerChristofA2-121.08. 15:20The target is absent but the memory is present: Distractor processing in repeated visual search
KoeslingHendrikA2-221.08. 15:40Mismatch detection strategies in collaborative visual search
TröstererSandraA2-321.08. 16:00Cognitive workload as a means to distract top-down visual search in dynamically changing interfaces?
LudwigCasimir J.H.A2-421.08. 16:20Comparison of the effect of dynamic visual events on saccade target selection
van der StigchelStefanA2-521.08. 16:40The spatial coding of the inhibition evoked by distractors
KollmorgenSeppA2-621.08. 17:00Integration of task dependent information of different image patches during scanning eye movements
BeckerStefanie I.A3-122.08. 13:30Oculomotor capture by salient distractors: Effects of target similarity
Doré-MazarsKarineA3-222.08. 13:50Is visuo-spatial perception related to visual or motor selection processes during eye movement preparation? Investigations with saccadic adaptation
JonikaitisDonatasA3-322.08. 14:10Simple task, complex demands: Saccades interrupt visual imagery of motion
OnatSelimA3-422.08. 14:30Audio-visual integration during visual overt attention
SoutoDavidA3-522.08. 14:50Is selective attention at the target location necessary for smooth pursuit initiation ?
TrukenbrodHans A.A3-622.08. 15:10Eye movements in foveal and parafoveal search tasks
De GraefPeterA4-123.08. 10:30Contextually modulated viewpoint effects on object recognition in scenes
CouronnéThomasA4-223.08. 10:50Extracting relevant visual properties of made-man object with monadic and paire-wise evaluation: Mixture modeling and parzen kernels infer attention
SmithTim J.A4-323.08. 11:10Looking for continuity: The relationship between natural attentional shifts and perceived continuity across film cuts
PalettaLucasA4-423.08. 11:30Towards automated mapping of semantic content from mobile eye tracking in urban environments
VockerothJohannesA4-523.08. 11:50Mobile visualization of natural scenes using a head-mounted wide-angle camera and a gaze-driven tele-lens camera
ParéMartinA4-623.08. 12:10Centering gaze behavior in audiovisual speech perception under noisy conditions
MunozDoug P.AS-122.08. 09:00Cortical and subcortical involvement in the anti-saccade task
EverlingStefanAS-222.08. 09:20Contribution of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex to antisaccade task performance
CorneilBrian D.AS-322.08. 09:40Neuromuscular correlates of covert orienting in an anti-saccade task
LunaBeatrizAS-422.08. 10:00The development of state and task related processes during antisaccade performance: A mixed block/event-related fMRI study
MedendorpW. PieterAS-522.08. 10:20Transient neuromagnetic and hemodynamic activity in human parietal cortex during memory-guided antisaccades
CurtisClayton E.AS-622.08. 10:40Inhibiting unwanted saccades
BlytheHazel I.B-122.08. 16:00Fusion and saccadic targeting to dichoptically presented words in adults and children
ObregonMateoB-222.08. 16:20A contralateral hemifoveal advantage in isolated word recognition
ShillcockRichardB-322.08. 16:40Understanding fixation disparity in reading
JonesManon W.C1-120.08. 16:00Dyslexic and control eye-movement differences in the RAN task
ThalerVerena M.C1-220.08. 16:20Dyslexics' eye movements during reading words of different length and linguistic complexity
LandgrafSteffenC1-320.08. 16:40Memory-guided saccade abnormalities in schizophrenic patients and their healthy, full biological siblings
KoningsbruggenMartijn G. vanC1-420.08. 17:00Endogenous control of oculomotor reflexes in Parkinson disease
SmithNicholas D.C1-520.08. 17:20Eye Movement analysis in glaucoma when viewing a Driving Hazards Perception Test
WurtzPascalC1-6*20.08. 17:40Length perception in hemispatial neglect: Having a Look at the Brentano illusion
DeruazAnoukC2-123.08. 10:30The analysis of reading strategies as a tool for understanding and training eye movements in patients with central field loss
MacAskillMichaelC2-223.08. 10:50Parkinson's disease: How does saccadic performance relate to arm movement measures and to clinical ratings?
HelmchenChristophC2-323.08. 11:10Downbeatnystagmus: Interaction with otolithic signals and therapeutical aspects
BartonJason J.S.C2-423.08. 11:30The relation between antisaccade errors, fixation stability and prosaccade errors in schizophrenia
PflugshauptTobiasC2-523.08. 11:50When left becomes right and vice versa: Mirrored vision after cerebral hypoxia
BartlKlausE1-121.08. 09:00High sampling rate and low latency mobile binocular video eye tracking system enables realtime control applications
HerholzSebastianE1-2*21.08. 09:20Real-time gaze-tracking for freely-moving observers
HillRobin L.E1-321.08. 09:40Eye-tracking joint action: New technologies
SichelschmidtLorenzE1-421.08. 10:00"Here's looking at you, kid" - Forms and functions of gaze contact in dialogue
RaidtStephanE1-521.08. 10:20Impact of cognitive state on gaze patterns during face-to-face interaction
KrejtzKrzysztofE1-621.08. 10:40Visual attention dynamics - Personality and social determinants
BrunsteinAngelaE2-121.08. 15:20Learning algebra by exploration
SchwonkeRolfE2-221.08. 15:40Making multiple representations more useful: Instruction on the intended cognitive functions of representations affects gaze behavior and learning
GuanYing-HuaE2-321.08. 16:00Eye-movement behavior and cognitive processes of science learning
JianYu-CinE2-421.08. 16:20Investigating the effects of background knowledge on Chinese word recognition: Evidence from eye movements
HeremansElkeE2-521.08. 16:40Looking in our mind: Can eye movement registration be used as a tool to objectively measure motor imagery?
AlahyaneNadiaE2-621.08. 17:00Age-related changes in eye movement control from early childhood to adulthood using prosaccade and antisaccade tasks
DoddJon V.E3-122.08. 09:00Better Apple Behaviour (BAB) - a 'consumer' gaze pattern found to be common across different creative media
FischerPeterE3-222.08. 09:20Eye tracking for objective usability evaluation
FukudaRyokoE3-322.08. 09:40Which features of gerontechnology products interest elderly users?
BiellaMarcusE3-422.08. 10:00Individual pilot performance incidents in a flight simulator task addressing situation awareness
DzaackJeronimo A.B.D.E3-522.08. 10:20SimTrA: A tool for analyzing and comparing simulated eye movement data of cognitive models and empirical data
DukicTaniaE3-622.08. 10:40Eye tracking of maritime watch-keepers: What's a safe navigation pattern?
DambacherMichaelEE-123.08. 10:30Approaching normal reading: SOA, frequency, and predictability effects on event-related potentials
DimigenOlafEE-223.08. 10:50Co-registration of eye movements and event-related brain potentials: A new tool to investigate eye movement control in reading
GraupnerSven-ThomasEE-323.08. 11:10The time course of visual distractor processing: Evidence from simultaneous recordings of eye movements and EEG/ERP
HutzlerFlorianEE-423.08. 11:30Fixation related brain potentials: A validation
ValsecchiMatteoEE-523.08. 11:50Microsaccadic inhibition and P300 enhancement in a visual oddball task
TroncosoXoana G.F-121.08. 15:20Fixational eye movements and Op-Art
DesbordesGaelleF-221.08. 15:40Modeling retinal activity during natural visual fixation
RolfsMartinF-321.08. 16:00In-between fixation and movement: Towards a common-field model of microsaccade and saccade generation
BettaElenaF-421.08. 16:20Microsaccades distinguish between different attention modes
BrienDonaldF-521.08. 16:40Covert orienting modulates microsaccade metrics in non-human primates
CollinsNiamhF-621.08. 17:00Characterisation of the tremor component of fixational eye movements
SommerWieland H.G-121.08. 15:20Different patterns of contralateral preference for spatial orienting and visual search
NagelMatthiasG-221.08. 15:40Velocity coding cortical activation during retinal and extraretinal smooth pursuit revealed by event related fMRI
SemmlowJohn L.G-321.08. 16:00Saccadic behavior during the response to pure vergence stimuli
BertelSvenG-421.08. 16:20Gaze-based models of human diagrammatic problem solving
GronerRudolfG-521.08. 16:40Determinants of scanpaths : Theoretical and methodological considerations
ZangemeisterWolfgang H.G-621.08. 17:00How do we differentiate ART from NON-ART pictures: Statistical eye movement analyses of Scanpath locations and sequences
RaynerKeithI120.08. 09:15Eye movements in reading and cognitive processing tasks: Data and models
GoldbergMichael E.I220.08. 13:30On the agnosticism of spikes: Attention, intention, and salience in the monkey lateral intraparietal area and prestriate area v4
Martinez-CondeSusanaI321.08. 11:30Perceptual and physiological effects of fixational eye movements
AltmannGerry T.M.I422.08. 11:30Language-mediated eye movements: Why, when, and where
KarnathHans-OttoI523.08. 09:00Right hemisphere role in spatial attention
GilchristIain D.IS-120.08. 14:30The Double Step revisited: Interactions between when and where in saccade control
LiversedgeSimon P.IS-220.08. 14:50Binocular coordination during reading
WalkerRobinIS-320.08. 15:10The influence of distractors on saccade target selection
BensonValerieIS-420.08. 16:00A comparison of bilateral versus unilateral target and distractor presentation in the remote distractor paradigm
CrawfordTrevor J.IS-520.08. 16:20Inhibition of single and multiple distracters
DeubelHeinerIS-620.08. 16:40Saccadic gain adaptation does not modify the pre-saccadic attention focus
KapoulaZoïIS-720.08. 17:00Binocular coordination of saccades: Development, aging and cerebral substrate
McSorleyEugeneIS-820.08. 17:20Investigation of the effect of remote and near distractors on saccadic eye movements
VituFrançoiseIS-920.08. 17:40The global effect: About the limited influence of foveal distractor stimuli
JohnsonMarcus L.L-122.08. 13:30The frequency of noun phrases and memory interference during complex sentence processing
KnoeferlePiaL-222.08. 13:50Eye tracking parallelism in coordinate constructions: The effects of syntax, semantics and coordinating conjunction
WilliamsRihana S.L-322.08. 14:10The time course of lexical ambiguity resolution in children
KoniecznyLarsL-422.08. 14:30Local syntactic coherence interpretation: Evidence from visual-world experiments
SuckowKatjaL-522.08. 14:50Looking for the road most traveled by: A Clustering Approach for the Analysis of Saccades in on-line scene descriptions
BrunsteinJoergL-622.08. 15:10Identifying relevant news in open corpora: Backtracking highlighted text regions
MeyerAntje S.L-722.08. 16:00Parallel object processing in a naming task
FurtnerMarcoL-822.08. 16:20Eye movements and text understanding: New evidence for the role of the parts of speech and the regressive fixations
VuceticVanjaL-922.08. 16:40What is the animacy effect?
HamkerFred H.M1-120.08. 10:30Dynamic receptive field effects predicted by a saccade target theory of visual perception
FujitaMasahikoM1-220.08. 10:50Simulation of cerebellar Purkinje cell activity during saccadic adaptation
HarwoodMark R.M1-320.08. 11:10Saccadic procrastination: Predicting latencies from the visual costs and benefits of movement
MoshaiovAmiramM1-420.08. 11:30Multi-competence cybernetics of eye movements
RaabMarkusM1-520.08. 11:50Modeling gaze and decision making in realistic, dynamic sports situations
ClementRichard A.M1-620.08. 12:10A test of alternative models of fixation target selection
GrinbergMaurice A.M2-122.08. 09:00SARL: A computational reinforcement learning model with selective attention
ChenMingleiM2-222.08. 09:20Using Latent Semantic Analysis for computing semantic relatedness to predict Chinese readers' eye movements
StoneBen P.M2-322.08. 09:40Calculating fluid regions of interest in textual stimuli
WangHsueh-ChengM2-4*22.08. 10:00Estimating word's predictability on lexical processing using latent semantic analysis - verification from eye movement data
MergenthalerKonstantin K.M2-522.08. 10:20Control principles underlying the generation of fixational eye movements
EngbertRalfM2-622.08. 10:40Reading with a dynamic processing span
RichterEike M.M3-123.08. 10:30Simulating Chinese reading with SWIFT: Do word or character based rules apply?
ReichleErik D.M3-223.08. 10:50Higher-level language processing during reading: Using the e-z reader model to examine post-lexical integration
ReillyRonan G.M3-323.08. 11:10A grammar extension to the Glenmore model of eye-movement control in reading
FengGaryM3-423.08. 11:30Eye movement planning as stochastic optimization: Reinforcement learning in SHARE
LaurentPatryk A.M3-523.08. 11:50Serial or parallel? Using reinforcement learning to examine attention allocation during reading
NuthmannAntjeM3-623.08. 12:10Evaluation of the SWIFT model using z-string scanning as an oculomotor control condition to normal reading
IttiLaurentN-121.08. 09:00Bottom-up and top-down visual attention in humans and monkeys
UnderwoodGeoffN-221.08. 09:20Scanpaths and saliency in scene perception
HayhoeMary M.N-321.08. 09:40Is attention drawn to changes in familiar scenes?
TatlerBenjamin W.N-421.08. 10:00Image features, behavioural task and systematic tendencies in scene viewing
HendersonJohn M.N-521.08. 10:20Fixation durations during scene viewing
BallardDanaN-621.08. 10:40Eye movements are agenda-driven
HarrisChristopher M.P1-120.08. 10:30How to measure the horizontal main sequence from non-instructable children and infants
KrejtzIzabelaP1-220.08. 10:50Anti-saccade task training in children with ADHD
JohnstonKevinP1-320.08. 11:10Primate prefrontal cortex sends cue, delay, saccade, and post-saccadic activity to the superior colliculus
KitamuraYutakaP1-420.08. 11:30New concepts on the dominant eye
VernetMarineP1-520.08. 11:50Role of posterior parietal cortex in the alignment of the eyes during fixations and saccades: A human TMS study
BeauvillainCécileP1-620.08. 12:10Neuronal activity in the human parietal cortex during memory-guided pro- and anti-saccades: A MEG study
JaschinskiWolfgangP2-1*21.08. 09:00Fixation disparity and asymmetry in convergent and divergent disparity step responses: Relation between individual differences
MulliganJeffrey B.P2-221.08. 09:20Spontaneous vergence oscillations induced by delayed visual feedback
YangQingP2-321.08. 09:40Different aging effects for voluntary and express vergence
NooijSuzanne A.E.P2-421.08. 10:00Orientation of Listing's plane is affected by sustained centrifugation
DeraThomasP2-521.08. 10:20Measurement of Listings plane with galvanic vestibular stimulation (GVS) using 3D video-oculography (VOG)
HuesteggeLynnP2-621.08. 10:40How do concurrently performed manual movements influence oculomotor performance?
HyönäJukkaR1-120.08. 10:30Lexical predictability exerts robust effects on fixation duration, but not on initial landing position during reading
WarrenTessaR1-220.08. 10:50Factors influencing effects of implausibility on eye-movements during reading: Empirical results and implications for the EZ Reader model
WhiteSarah J.R1-320.08. 11:10Sentence wrap-up and parafoveal processing of sentence-initial words
StaubAdrianR1-420.08. 11:30Building syntactic structure takes time: Experimental evidence and theoretical implications for models of eye movement control in reading
TraxlerMatthew J.R1-520.08. 11:50Effects of syntactic complexity and strategic control on eye-movements during reading
GompelRoger vanR1-620.08. 12:10Eye-movement behaviour during ambiguous pronoun resolution
JuhaszBarbara J.R2-120.08. 16:00The effects of word length on english compound word recognition: Evidence from eye movements during reading
BertramRaymondR2-220.08. 16:20The role of hyphens in compound word processing
KupermanVictorR2-320.08. 16:40Effects of morphological structure on the processing of trimorphemic Finnish compounds
MurrayWayne S.R2-420.08. 17:00Lexical access reflected in the eye movement record
JosephHollyR2-520.08. 17:20Child and adult frequency effects during reading: Frequency effects exist independently of Age-of-Acquisition effects in children
KreinerHamutalR2-620.08. 17:40Binocular fixations on different words: Are words skipped as often as we thought?
KennedyAlanR3-121.08. 09:00Can mislocated fixations explain parafoveal-on-foveal effects?
PynteJoelR3-221.08. 09:20Backward contextual influences during normal reading revisited: A multiple-regression analysis
RobertsMatthew A.J.R3-321.08. 09:40The Edinburgh Five Language corpus: A cross linguistic perspective on eye-movements in reading
LaubrockJochenR3-421.08. 10:00On the eye-voice lag during oral reading
HawelkaStefanR3-521.08. 10:20Word length and frequency effects on eye movements in dyslexic readers
BohnChristianeR3-621.08. 10:40Proofreading: A case of mind-delayed reading
InhoffAlbrecht W.R4-122.08. 09:00Does saccade targeting determine the acquisition of parafoveal word information?
RadachRalphR4-222.08. 09:20Exploring the limits of spatially distributed word processing in normal reading: A new look at N-2 preview effects
DriegheDenisR4-322.08. 09:40Mislocated fixations and parafoveal-on-foveal effects in eye movements during reading
YangJinmianR4-422.08. 10:00Do Chinese readers obtain preview benefit from character n+2? Evidence from eye movements
YanGuoliR4-522.08. 10:20Reading spaced and unspaced Chinese text: Evidence from eye movements
YanMingR4-622.08. 10:40Reading Chinese script - The Beijing Sentence Corpus
YenMiao-HsuanR5-122.08. 16:00Saccades and binocular coordination in reading: Effects of viewing distance and font size
HolmqvistKennethR5-222.08. 16:20Reading someone else's finished text versus reading your own emerging text
VorstiusChristianR5-322.08. 16:40Reading under the influence: Effects of alcohol intoxication on oculomotor control and linguistic processing
LindnerAxelSP-122.08. 13:30Dealing with the sensory consequences of smooth pursuit eye movements
SperingMiriamSP-222.08. 13:50Contrast and assimilation in motion perception and smooth pursuit eye movements
IlgUwe J.SP-322.08. 14:10Cortical processing underlying the execution of smooth pursuit eye movements
BarnesGrahamSP-422.08. 14:30Evidence that links anticipatory smooth pursuit and the extra-retinal component of sustained pursuit
EggertThomasSP-522.08. 14:50Velocity scaling of cue-induced smooth pursuit acceleration obeys constraints of natural motion
KnoxPaul C.SP-622.08. 15:10Probing prepursuit: active fixation inverts the effect of stationary cues
PannaschSebastianU-122.08. 13:30On eye tracking and usability research: Introduction to the symposium
CastelliniClaudioU-222.08. 13:50Learning when to grasp
HansenJohn PaulinU-322.08. 14:10New usability metrics for the evaluation of eye typing systems
ZambarbieriDanielaU-422.08. 14:30Eye tracking analysis in reading on-line newspaper
HristovaEvgeniya D.U-522.08. 14:50How users adapt to new web applications: Evidence from eye-tracking studies
SchiesslMichaelU-622.08. 15:10"Stop adding non sense!" Google's advertisement strategy on the eye-tracking test-bench
HuckaufAnkeU-722.08. 16:00Gaze Communication: The case of object selection
MajarantaPäiviU-822.08. 16:20Quality of verbal data: Concurrent thinking sloud vs. retrospective thinking aloud
HelmertJens R.U-922.08. 16:40From gaze mouse to attentive interfaces: three selected problems

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