Posts Tagged ‘ Jennifer Murray ’

Research projects

Sep 15th, 2009 | By | Category: Issue, Research, September 10, 2009

Eye tracking A UNL-led research team found clues suggesting human vision can lock in on certain targets more quickly if not searching for a specific item. The research was led by Mike Dodd, a UNL professor of psychology. He worked with researchers from Utrecht University in the Netherlands and the University of Iowa to track […]

Study discovers clues into how eyes search

Aug 20th, 2009 | By | Category: August 20, 2009, Campus News, Issue

Like the robots in the “Terminator” movies, our eyes move methodically through a scene when seeking out an object. If we don’t immediately find what we’re searching for, our attention leaves the already-scanned area behind and moves on to new, unexplored regions of a scene, still seeking the target. “Inhibition of return” – in which […]