The Interface of Language, Vision, and Action
Eye Movements and the Visual World
Psychology Press – 2004 – 416 pages
This book brings together chapters from investigators on the leading edge on this new research area to explore on the leading edge on this new research area to explore common theoretical issues, empirical findings, technical problems, and outstanding questions. This book will serve as a blueprint for work on the interface of vision, language, and action over the next five to ten years.
"The editors of this volume are uniquely positioned, by virtue of their own complementary expertise and strong reputations, to bring together this critical group of researchers who represent the best that cognitive science has to offer on these issues. The result is certainly a book that I would like to have on my shelf." -- James T. Enns, University of British Columbia
"Eye movements provide a fascinating source of information about
mental processes, for example those involved in scene perception
and reading. Recently, there has been a huge growth in the use of
eye movements to investigate the integration of linguistic and visual
information. This book gives a thorough overview of this rapidly
developing area, and includes chapters by many leading
researchers in language production, language comprehension, and
visual cognition. It should prove to be a standard reference for a
very long time." -- Martin J. Pickering, University of Edinburgh
F. Ferreira, J.M. Henderson, Introduction to the Integration of Language, Vision and Action. J.M. Henderson, F. Ferreira, Scene Perception for Psycholinguists. K. Rayner, S.P. Liversedge, Visual and Linguistic Processing During Eye Fixations in Reading. D.E. Irwin, Fixation Location Duration as Indices of Cognitive Processing. J.M. Findlay, Eye Scanning and Visual Search. M.J. Spivey, D.C. Richardson, S.A. Fitneva, Thinking Outside the Brain: Spatial Indices to Visual and Linguistic Information. A.S. Meyer, F. Lethaus, The Use of Eye Tracking in Studies of Sentence Generation. Z.M. Griffin, Why Look? Reasons for Eye Movements Related to Language Production. K. Bock, D.E. Irwin, D.J. Davidson, Putting First Things First. M.K. Tanenhaus, C.G. Chambers, J.E. Hanna, Referential Domains in Spoken Language Comprehension: Using Eye Movements to Bridge the Product and Action Traditions. J. Trueswell, L. Gleitman, Children's Eye Movements During Listening:Developmental Evidence for a Constraint-Based Theory of Sentence Processing. G.T.M. Altmann, Y. Kamide, Now You See It, Now You Don't: Mediating the Mapping between Language and the Visual World.