Characteristics of ambient and focal processing during the visual exploration of dynamic stimuli

Sebastian Pannasch
Analyzing the time course of eye movements during free exploration of real-world scenes often reveal an increase in fixation durations together with a decrease in saccade amplitudes which has been explained as a shift from ambient (global) to focal (local) processing. The ambient mode refers to bottom-up processing, serving global orientation controlled by the saliency of the stimulus. In contrast, the focal mode is rather related to top-down processing and associated with the identification of...
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