Healthy observers make approximately two to three eye movements every second. These eye movements constitute a reach source of information about our attentional system. If you are interested in how observers allocate their attention when looking for objects in scenes School of Psychology is looking for volunteers for a visual search experiment.
You will search for an object on a computer screen while your eye movements are being monitored using an infrared non-invasive camera. The study takes around 90 minutes, and you will be reimbursed with a £10 voucher.
For more information, or to book an appointment please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.