SaccadeMachine:Software for Analyzing Saccade Tests (Anti-Saccade and Pro-saccade)

Mardanbegi, Diako and Wilcockson, Thomas and Sawyer, Peter and Gellersen, Hans-Werner Georg and Crawford, Trevor Jeremy (2019) SaccadeMachine:Software for Analyzing Saccade Tests (Anti-Saccade and Pro-saccade). In: ETRA '19 Proceedings of the 11th ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications. ACM, USA. ISBN 9781450367097

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Abstract

Various types of saccadic paradigms, in particular, Prosaccade and Antisaccade tests are widely used in Pathophysiology and Psychology. Despite been widely used, there has not been a standard tool for processing and analyzing the eye tracking data obtained from saccade tests. We describe an open-source software for extracting and analyzing the eye movement data of different types of saccade tests that can be used to extract and compare participants' performance and various task-related measures across participants. We further demonstrate the utility of the software by using it to analyze the data from an antisaccade, and a recent distractor experiment.

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131859
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28 Mar 2019 16:40
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