About the global effect and the critical role of retinal eccentricity: Implications for eye movements in reading
In the present paper, I review evidence for the universality of the global effect, i.e. the general tendency to move the eyes towards the centre of gravity of the peripheral configu-ration, and show that the effect is strongly constrained by the retinal location of the stimuli. First, stimuli that a...
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|Series:||Journal of Eye Movement Research|