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Contextual and social cues may dominate natural visual search

  • Linda Henriksson (a1) and Riitta Hari (a1) (a2)

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A framework where only the size of the functional visual field of fixations can vary is hardly able to explain natural visual-search behavior. In real-world search tasks, context guides eye movements, and task-irrelevant social stimuli may capture the gaze.

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