Section 1: Visual Information Processing and Saccadic Eye Movements. The relationship between exogenous and endogenous saccades and attention; Orienting of visual attention based on peripheral information; Executive contributions to eye movement control; Saccade selectivity during visual search: the influence of central processing difficulty; Multisensory interactions in saccade generation; Binocular coordination in microsaccades; The inner working of dynamic visuo-spatial imagery as revealed by spontaneous eye movement.
Section 2: Eye Movements in Reading and Language Processing. Where do Chinese readers send their eyes?; The perceptual span during music reading; The reader's spatial code; On the processing of meaning from parafoveal vision during eye fixations in reading; Bridging the gap between old and new: Eye movements and vocabulary acquisition in reading ; Application of eye tracking in speech production research; Eye movements and thematic processing; On the treatment of saccades and regressions in eye movement measures of reading time; Eye movement measures to study global text processing; Advancing the methodological middle-ground.
Section 3: Computational Models of Eye Movement Control in Reading. Using the saccadic inhibition paradigm to investigate saccadic control in reading; Modeling eye movements in reading: extensions of the E-Z reader model;
SWIFT explorations; How cognition affects eye movements during reading; Foundations of an interactive activation model of eye movement control in reading; Moving eyes and reading words: how can a computational model combine the two?
Section 4: Eye Movements in Human-Computer Interaction. Voluntary eye movements in human-computer interaction; Eye tracking in usability evaluation: a practitioner's guide;
Processing spatial configurations in computer interfaces; Eye tracking for evaluating industrial huma