Accession Number : AD0657297

Title :   SYSTEMATIC BIASES IN EYE MOVEMENT LATENCY DATA,

Corporate Author : PSYCHOPHYSICS LAB UNIV OF WASHINGTON SEATTLE

Personal Author(s) : Saslow,M. G. ; Saslow,C. A.

Report Date : 1967

Pagination or Media Count : 9

Abstract : The investigation was designed to estimate systematic time trends over sets of hundreds of trials, and to suggest methods for their compensation, in the study of human lateral saccadic eye movements. A disjunctive latency paradigm, with four mutually exclusive lateral displacements from a central fixation point, was in use in order to combat time estimation biases often found in simple latency paradigms. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*VISION, *PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS), (*EYE, MOTION), PSYCHOPHYSICS, RESPONSE(BIOLOGY), VISUAL SIGNALS, PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, EXPERIMENTAL DATA, DECISION MAKING

Subject Categories : Psychology

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE