Preface. Contributors. Eye guidance and visual information processing: reading, visual search, picture perception and driving (G. Underwood, R. Radach). Definition and computation of oculomotor measures in the study of cognitive processes (A.W. Inhoff, R. Radach). Eye movements and measures of reading time (S.P. Liversedge et al.). Determinants of fixation positions in words during reading (R. Radach, G.W. McConkie). About regressive saccades in reading in their relation to word identification (F. Vitu et al.). Word skipping: implications for theories of eye movement control in reading (M. Brysbaert, F. Vitu). The influence of parafoveal words on foveal inspection time: evidence for a processing trade-off (A. Kennedy). Parafoveal pragmatics (W.S. Murray). Foveal processing load and landing position effects in reading (S.P. Liversedge, G. Underwood). Individual differences in reading and eye movement control (J. Everatt et al.). Eye movement control in reading: an overview and model (K. Rayner et al.). Eye movements during scene viewing: an overview (J.M. Henderson, A. Hollingworth). Eye guidance and visual search (J.M. Findlay, I.D. Gilchrist). Prefixational object perception in scenes: objects popping out of schemas (P. De Graef). Functional division of the visual field: moving masks and moving windows (P.M.J. van Diepen et al.). Film perception: the processing of film cuts (G. d'Ydewalle et al.). Visual search of dynamic scenes: event types and the role of experience in viewing driving situations (P.R. Chapman, G. Underwood). How much do novice drivers see? The effects of demand on visual search strategies in novice and experienced drivers (D.E. Crundall et al.). The development of the eye movement strategies of learner drivers (D.C. Dishart, M.F. Land). What the driver's eye tells the car's brain (A. Liu). Author index. Subject index.