Eye movement may refer to:
- Eye movement (sensory), the voluntary and involuntary movement of the eyes
- Eye movement in reading, the role of eye movement in reading linguistic text
- Eye movement in music reading, the role of eye movement in reading music
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, an information processing psychotherapy
Other articles related to "eye movement, eye, movements, eyes":
... Eye tracking device is a tool created to help measure eye and head movements ... The first devices for tracking eye movement took two main forms those that relied on a mechanical connection between participant and recording instrument ... Delabarre invented a system of recording eye movement directly onto a rotating drum by means of a stylus with a direct mechanical connection to the cornea ...
... the 19th century, researchers had at their disposal three methods of investigating eye movement ... This lack of reliability arises from the fact that eye movement occurs frequently, rapidly, and over small angles, to the extent that it is impossible for an ... some knowledge appears to have been produced from introspection and naked-eye observation ...
... Eye movement in reading involves visual processing of words ... He reported that eyes do not move continuously along a line of text, but make short rapid movements (saccades) intermingled with short stops (fixations) ... Javal's observations were characterised by a reliance on naked-eye observation of eye movement in the absence of technology ...
... Although there is some research that supports the notion that eye movement can indicate visual and auditory (but not kinesthetic) components of thought in that moment, the existence of a ... system (PRS), whether in the choice of words or direction of eye movement, and the concept of a preferred representation system (PRS) ... (1980) proposed that eye movement (and sometimes bodily gesture) correspond to accessing cues for representations systems, and connected it to specific sides in the brain ...
Famous quotes containing the words movement and/or eye:
“I invented the colors of the vowels!A black, E white, I red, O blue, U greenI made rules for the form and movement of each consonant, and, and with instinctive rhythms, I flattered myself that I had created a poetic language accessible, some day, to all the senses.”
—Arthur Rimbaud (18541891)
“The eye doesnt see any shapes, it sees only what is differentiated through light and dark or through colors.”
—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (17491832)