Fixation Region Overlap: A quantitative method for the analysis of fixational eye movement patterns

Johnston, Stephen; Wales Institute For Cognitive Neuroscience, School Of Psychology, Bangor University & Leek, Charles; Wales Institute For Cognitive Neuroscience, School Of Psychology, Bangor University
This article presents a new method for the quantitative analyses of fixation patterns in eye tracking data. The Fixation Region Overlap Analysis (FROA) uses thresholded spatial distributions of fixation frequency or duration to determine regions-of-interest (ROIs). The locations of these ROIs are contrasted with fixation regions of other empirically-derived, or modelled, data patterns by comparing region pixel overlap. A Monte Carlo procedure is used to assess the statistical significance of fixation region overlap based on...
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