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  • v. Present participle of foveate.

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Examples

  • University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands It is well established that foveating a behaviorally relevant part of the visual field improves localization performance as compared to the situation where the gaze is directed elsewhere.

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  • Alternatively, instead of considering our results as an improvement of distance estimates due to foveating the visual targets, one can frame it as a reduction in a bias that emerges when both closely spaced targets are viewed peripherally.

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  • To sum up, we demonstrate that encoding and retrieval of a distance separating two items is improved by foveating the sample dots.

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  • It is well established that foveating a behaviorally relevant part of the visual field improves localization performance as compared to the situation where the gaze is directed elsewhere.

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  • In the 'saccade' condition while foveating one of the sample dots the horizontal separation between the dots corresponded directly with eccentricity.

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  • To be explicit, the information about the gaze direction at the moment of foveating the sample dots and the amplitude of the saccade spanning the two dots could enhance the performance in the 'saccade' condition relative to the 'fixate' trials.

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