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Scanning movements during haptic search: similarity with fixations during visual search

  • Achille Pasqualotto (a1)

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Finding relevant objects through vision, or visual search, is a crucial function that has received considerable attention in the literature. After decades of research, data suggest that visual fixations are more crucial to understanding how visual search works than are the attributes of stimuli. This idea receives further support from the field of haptic search.

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