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Journal of Vision
The ability to move our gaze to locations of interest facilitates interactions in everyday life. Where do participants direct gaze when multiple locations are of interest simultaneously? We previously demonstrated that, when tracking several moving targets amidst distractors in a multiple object tracking (MOT) task, participants primarily looked at a central point in between the targets (H. M. Fehd & A. E. Seiffert, 2008) . This strategy of center-looking is in contrast to a target-lookingdoi:10.1167/10.4.19 pmid:20465338 pmcid:PMC4150652 fatcat:3qjar5wrinexvheos2qz7k6x2y