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The cortical mechanisms of visual stability
Visual stability refers to the apparent stability of the visual world given the displacement of retinal images induced by eye movements. Phenomenally visual stability involves both a stable representation of visual space ...
Refining theoretical models of visual sampling in supervisory control tasks: Examining the influence of alarm frequency, effort, value, and salience
This work is concerned with examining in a formal quantitative manner what human observers look at and what the objects of their gaze tell them. Three models designed to describe and predict the allocation of human attention ...
The effects of leader negative emotions on evaluations of leadership: The role of anger and sadness
While existing literature on leadership articulates the importance of leader emotion, there has been little attention to the potential roles of more specific emotions. The current paper examined the effect of leader emotion ...
Varying icon spacing changes users' visual search strategy: Evidence from experimental data, cognitive modeling, and eye-tracking
Users of modern GUIs routinely engage in visual searches for control items such as buttons and icons. The current research is intended to deepen our understanding of how the spacing between icons affects search times. Two ...
Dimensions of sound in auditory displays: The effects of redundant dimensions
Three experiments are presented comparing the effectiveness of several parameters of sound for the auditory presentation of statistical data. The dimensions of pitch, loudness, panning, and time were used alone and redundantly ...