Refixation patterns reveal memory-encoding strategies in free viewing
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We investigated visual working memory encoding across saccadic eye movements, focusing our analysis on refixation behavior. Over 10-s periods, participants performed a visual search for three, four, or five targets and remembered their orientations for a subsequent change-detection task. In 50% of the trials, one of the targets had its orientation changed. From the visual search period, we scored three types of refixations and applied measures for quantifying eye-fixation recurrence patterns. Repeated fixations on the same regions as well as repeated fixation patterns increased with memory load. Correct change detection was associated with more refixations on targets and less on distractors, with increased frequency of recurrence, and with longer intervals between refixations. The results are in accordance with the view that patterns of eye movement are an integral part of visual working memory representation.
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|Tidskrift||Attention, Perception & Psychophysics|
|Status||E-pub ahead of print - 2019 maj 1|
|Peer review utförd||Ja|