Eye Movements: Effects of Neurological and Mental Disorders On

Eye movement recordings provide powerful information about the decisions that a person's brain has made about whether something is important. Eye fixations cause the image of an object to fall on the fovea, the cone-rich high-acuity area of the retina, and so provide visual information at a high spatial resolution. The richness of the data provided by eye tracking is revealed in the plethora of dependent measures it provides. Moreover, the neural substrates of eye movement measures are largely known. Therefore, measurement of eye movements may provide insight into the underlying neuropathology of disorders affecting eye movements. Finally, because eye tracking is noninvasive, and tasks can be made simple yet still provide extremely rich data (e.g., participants can merely look at pictures of faces and ...

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