|Abstract||Studies of eye movements, on memory for scenes, and on visual attention, have for a long time proceeded in a fairly independent way. But in recent years it is becoming apparent that the three disciplines have something to be gained from exchanging ideas: Scene knowledge (and therefore scene memory) originates in eye exploration, but certainly also..|
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