On Monday 17th of December 2012 we organised the 24th British Oculomotor Group Meeting at Kingston University on

This BoMG aims to bring together researchers from different disciplines (including oculomotor research,  ophthalmology, developmental psychology, cognitive decision making, cognitive linguistics, computer science, etc.) who all concentrate on eye movement research. The focus of this meeting will be to exchange experiences and methods used across different disciplines, especially within vision research, developmental psychology and decision making.

 

Keynote speakers:

Professor David Melcher  (University of Trento, Italy)

        Visual stability across saccadic eye movements

Dr. Andreas Glöckner (Max Planck Institute, Bonn, Germany)

Tracing Intuition: A comprehensive analysis of decision processes using eye-tracking.

Professor Marc Brysbaert (Ghent University, Belgium)

The influence of atypical brain dominance on eye movements in reading

You can find the final programme here.