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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (5) : 682-691     DOI:
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Smooth Pursuit Eye Movement and Its Influence on the Representation and Prediction of the Moving Object’s Spatiotemporal Characteristics
WANG Xiang-Bo;DING Jin-Hong
Beijing key lab of Learning and Cognition, Department of Psychology, Capital Normal University, Beijing, 100048, China
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Abstract  Smooth pursuit eye movement (SPEM) is a kind of eye movement with which people track the interesting object moving in their visual field. It is affected by ocular and extra-ocular information and some other high-level cognitive factors (mental representation and expectation). Meanwhile, SPEM can also affect the representation and prediction of spatiotemporal characteristics of the moving object with predictive tracking, catch-up saccade, time to contact (TTC) estimation, and spatial orientation and so on. Future researches could focus on how those perceptual factors and high-level cognitive factors impact on the representation and prediction of moving stimulus.
Keywords SPEM (smooth pursuit eye movement)      catch-up saccadic      TTC (Time to contact)      representational momentum      spatiotemporal representation     
Corresponding Authors: DING Jin-Hong   
Issue Date: 15 May 2011
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WANG Xiang-Bo,DING Jin-Hong. Smooth Pursuit Eye Movement and Its Influence on the Representation and Prediction of the Moving Object’s Spatiotemporal Characteristics[J]. , 2011, 19(5): 682-691.
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