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When retrieving image from memory, humans usually move their eyes spontaneously as if the image were in front of them. Such eye movements correlate strongly with the spatial layout of the recalled image content and function as memory cues facilitating the retrieval procedure. However, how close the correlation is between imagery eye movements and the eye movements while looking at the original image is unclear so far. In this work we first quantify the similarity of eye movements betweendoi:10.1038/s41598-020-69807-0 pmid:32747683 fatcat:i5yzidmp4vhsrefgjuivbsxhd4