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Figure 5

From: The Contribution of Oculomotor Functions to Rates of Visual Information Processing in Younger and Older Adults

Figure 5

(A) Example of scan path for each task whereby eye-tracking was utilized. Circles represent fixation points, with larger circles indicating longer fixation durations. This example was derived from a young adult participant (19-year-old female). Please note, for the purpose of clear visualization of scan paths in this figure, the RAN tasks only show one round of the trial and not the full 60 second trial. (B) Example of scan path for each task whereby eye-tracking was utilized. Circles represent fixation points, with larger circles indicating longer fixation durations. This example was derived from an older adult participant (65-year-old-female). Please note, for the purpose of clear visualization of scan paths in this figure, the RAN tasks only show one round of the trial and not the full 60 second trial.

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