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Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception - UMR 8242
Uni­ver­sité Paris Descartes
45 Rue des Saints Pères
75270 Paris Cedex 06
France

J. Kevin O’REGAN

Emeritus Senior Research Scientist
Perception, Action and Cognitive Development group

jkevin.oregan@-Code a retirer pour éviter le SPAM-gmail.com
+33 (0) 1 42 86 43 12, room 606-06

Scientific interests : The origin of phenomenal consciousness (“feel”), sensory substitution, the perceptual structure of color space, pain and illusory pain, the rubber hand illusion and derivatives.

Articles

  • Fagard J, Rat-Fischer L, Esseily R, Somogyi E, O’Regan JK. (2016). What does it take for an infant to learn how to use a tool by observation?. Frontiers in Psychology, in press.
  • Degenaar J, O’Regan JK. (2015). Sensorimotor theory and enactivism. TOPOI.
  • Degenaar J, O’Regan JK. (2015). Sensorimotor theory of consciousness. Scholarpedia.
  • Esseily R, Rat-Fischer L, Somogyi E, O’Regan K, Fagard J. (2015). Humor (production) may enhance observational learning of a new tool use action in 18-month-old infants. Cognition and Emotion, DOI: 10.108.
  • Fagard J, Florean C, Petkovic M, Rat-Fischer L, Fattori P, O’Regan JK. (2015). When do infants understand that they can obtain a desired part of a composite object by grasping another part?. Infant Behavior and Development.
  • Somogyi E, Ara C, Gianni E, Rat-Fischer L, Fagard J, O’Regan K. (2015). The Roles of Observation and Manipulation in Learning to Use a Tool. Cognitive Development.
  • Witzel C, Cinotti F, O’Regan J K. (2015). What determines the relationship between color naming, unique hues, and sensory singularities: Illuminations, surfaces, or photoreceptors?. Journal of Vision, 15, 1-32.
  • Fagard J, Rat-Fischer L, O’Regan JK. (2014). The emergence of use of a rake-like tool: a longitudinal study in human infants. Frontiers in Psychology, in press.
  • O’Regan JK, Degenaar J. (2014). Predictive processing, perceptual presence, and sensorimotor theory. Cognitive Neuroscience.
  • Rat-Fischer L, O’Regan JK, Fagard J. (2014). Comparison of active and purely visual performance in a multiple-string means-end task in infants. Cognition.
  • Esseily R, Rat-Fischer L, O’Regan JK, Fagard J. (2013). Understanding the experimenter’s intention improves 16-month-olds’ observational learning in a novel tool use action. Cognitive Development, 28, 1-9.
  • Fagard J, Rat-Fischer L, O’Regan JK. (2012). Comment le bébé accède-t-il à la notion d’outil?. Enfance, 64, 73-84.
  • O’Regan J Kevin. (2012). How to make a robot that is conscious and feels. Minds and Machines.
  • O’Regan JK, Block N. (2012). Discussion of J. Kevin O’Regan’s "Why red doesn’t sound like a bell: Understanding the feel of consciousness". The Review of Philosophy and Psychology, in press.
  • Rat-Fischer L, O’Regan JK, Fagard J. (2012). Handedness in infants’ tool use. Developmental Psychobiology, in press.
  • Rat-Fischer L, O’Regan JK, Fagard J. (2012). The Emergence of tool use during the second year of life. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, in press.
  • Heed T, Gründler M, Rinkleib J, Rudzik FH, Collins T, Cooke E, O’Regan JK. (2011). Visual information and rubber hand embodiment differentially affect reach-to-grasp actions. Acta Psychologica, 138, 263-271.
  • Valenzuela-Moguillansky C, Bouhassira D, O’Regan JK. (2011). The Role of Body Awareness in Pain: an Investigation Using the Rubber Hand Illusion. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 18, 110-142.
  • O’Regan JK. (2008). What is up? A reply to Bridgeman et al. Perception, 37, 815.
  • Pascal F, O’Regan JK. (2008). Commentary On Mossio and Taraborelli: is the enactive approach really sensorimotor?. Consciousness and Cognition: An International Journal, 17, 1341-1342.
  • Philipona D, O’Regan J K. (2008). Reply to Johnson and Wright. Visual Neuroscience, 25, 225-226.
  • Reeve P, Clark JJ, O’Regan JK. (2008). Convergent flash localization near saccades without equivalent ’compression’ of perceptual separation. Journal of Vision, 8, 1-19.
  • Auvray Malika, Hanneton Sylvain, O’Regan J Kevin. (2007). Learning to perceive with a visuo-auditory substitution system: Localisation and object recognition with ’The vOICe.’. Perception, 36, 416-430.
  • Auvray Malika, Philipona David, O’Regan J Kevin, Spence Charles. (2007). The perception of space and form recognition in a simulated environment: the case of minimalist sensory-substitution devices. Perception, 36, 1736-1751.
  • Myin E, O’Regan JK. (2007). Phenomenal Consciousness Lite: No Thanks!. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 30, 520-521.
  • Bompas A, O’Regan J K. (2006). Evidence for a role of action in colour perception. Perception, 35, 65-78.
  • Bompas A, O’Regan J K. (2006). More evidence for sensorimotor adaptation in color perception. Journal of Vision, 6, 145-153.
  • O’Regan JK, Myin E, Noë A. (2006). Skill, corporality and alerting capacity in an account of sensory consciousness. Progress in Brain Research, 150, 55-68.
  • Philipona David L, O’Regan J Kevin. (2006). Color naming, unique hues, and hue cancellation predicted from singularities in reflection properties. Visual Neuroscience, 23, 331-339.
  • Vidal Juan R, Chaumon Maximilien, O’Regan J Kevin, Tallon-Baudry Catherine. (2006). Visual Grouping and the Focusing of Attention Induce Gamma-band Oscillations at Different Frequencies in Human Magnetoencephalogram Signals. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 18, 1850-1862.
  • Auvray M, Hanneton S, Lenay C, O’Regan JK. (2005). There is something out there: Distal attribution in sensory substitution, twenty years later. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 4, 505-521.
  • Auvray M, Lenay C, O’Regan J K, Lefèvre J. (2005). Suppléance perceptive, immersion et informations proprioceptives. Arobase, 1, 94-114.
  • Bompas A, O’Regan J K. (2005). Color adaptation contingent on eye saccades. .
  • Bompas A, O’Regan J K. (2005). More evidence for sensorimotor adaptation in color perception. Journal of Vision, 5, 97.
  • O’Regan J K, Myin E, Noë A. (2005). Skill, corporality and alerting capacity in an account of sensory consciousness. Progress in Brain Research, 55-68.
  • O’Regan JK, Myin E, Noë A. (2005). Phenomenal consciousness explained (better) in terms of bodiliness and grabbiness. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 4, 369-387.
  • Philipona D, O’Regan J K. (2005). Do sensorimotor constraints determine the sensation of color?. , sous presse.
  • Vidal JR, Gauchou HL, Tallon-Baudry C, O’Regan J K. (2005). Relational information in visual short-term memory: The structural gist. Journal of Vision, 5, 244-256.
  • Wascher E, Schneider WX, O’Regan JK. (2005). Posterior EEG-asymmetries (N2pc) and awareness. New evidence from an experimental visual extinction paradigm. Journal of Psychophysiology, 19, 152-152.
  • Philipona D, O’Regan J K, Nadal J-P. (2004). Perception of the structure of the physical world using unknown sensors and effectors. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, 16, 945-952.
  • Auvray M, Hanneton S, O’Regan J K. (2003). Localisation and form recognition in sensory substitution(abstract). Perception, 32, 94-94.
  • Auvray M, O’Regan J K. (2003). L’influence des facteurs sémantiques sur la cécité aux changements progressifs dans les scènes visuelles. L’Année Psychologique, 103, 9-32.
  • Auvray M, O’Regan J K. (2003). Voir avec les Oreilles. Enjeux de la substitution sensorielle. Pour la Science.
  • Auvray Malika, O’Regan J Kevin. (2003). Influence of semantic factors on blindness to progressive changes in visual scenes / L’influence des facteurs sémantiques sur la cécité aux changements progressifs dans les scènes visuelles. L’année Psychologique, 103, 9-32.
  • Bompas A, O’Regan J K. (2003). A sensory-motor approach of colour perception(abstract). Perception, 32, 64-64.
  • Miranda J R V, O’Regan J K. (2003). Objects and inter-object relations in visual working memory(abstrat). Perception, 32, 92-92.
  • Noe A, O’Regan J K. (2003). On comprehending the sensory effects of movement: Toward a theory of perception and consciousness(abstract). Perception, 32, 33-33.
  • Philipona D, O’Regan J K, Nadal J P. (2003). Is there something out there? Inferring space from sensorimotor dependencies. Neural Computation, 15, 2029-49.
  • Philipona D, O’Regan J K, Nadal J P, Coenen O J M. (2003). Perception of the structure of the physical world using unknown multimodal sensors and effectors. NIPS.
  • Bompas A, Clark J J, O’Regan J K. (2002). Colour perception in the sensorimotor contingency theory(abstract). Perception, 31, 90-90.
  • Myin E, O’Regan J K. (2002). Perceptual consciousness, access to modality and skill theories: A way to naturalize phenomenology?. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 9, 27-45.
  • O’Regan J K. (2001). The ’feel’ of seeing: an interview with J. Kevin O’Regan. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5, 278-279.
  • O’Regan J K, Noe A. (2001). Acting out our sensory experience - Response. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24, 1011-1031.
  • O’Regan J K, Noe A. (2001). What it is like to see: A sensorimotor theory of perceptual experience. Synthèse, 129, 79-103.
  • O’Regan J Kevin, Noe Alva. (2001). A sensorimotor account of vision and visual consciousness. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24, 939-1031.
  • O’Regan JK, Noë A. (2001). What it is like to see: A sensorimotor theory of visual experience. Synthèse, 129, 79-103.
  • Vitu F, McConkie GW, Kerr P, O’Regan J K. (2001). Fixation location effects on fixation durations during reading : an inverted optimal viewing position effect. Vision Research, 41, 3511-3531.
  • Gautier V, O’Regan J K, Le Gargasson J F. (2000). ’The-skipping’ revisited in French: programming saccades to skip the article ’les’. Vision Research, 40, 2517-31.
  • Noe Alva, O’Regan J Kevin. (2000). Perception, attention and the grand illusion. Psyche: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Consciousness, 6, No Pagination Specified.
  • O’Regan J Kevin, Deubel Heiner, Clark James J, Rensink Ronald A. (2000). Picture changes during blinks: Looking without seeing and seeing without looking. Visual Cognition, 7, 191-211.
  • Rensink Ronald A, O’Regan J Kevin, Clark James J. (2000). On the failure to detect changes in scenes across brief interruptions. Visual Cognition, 7, 127-145.
  • Clark James J, O’Regan J Kevin. (1999). Word ambiguity and the optimal viewing position in reading. Vision Research, 39, 843-857.
  • Ninio Jacques, O’Regan J Kevin. (1999). Characterisation of the misalignment and misangulation components in the Poggendorff and corner-Poggendorff illusions. Perception, 28, 949-964.
  • O’Regan J Kevin, Rensink Ronald A, Clark James J. (1999). Change-blindness as a result of "mudsplashes.". Nature, 398, 34.
  • Nazir Tatjana A, Jacobs Arthur M, O’Regan J Kevin. (1998). Letter legibility and visual word recognition. Memory and Cognition, 26, 810-821.
  • O’Regan JK. (1998). No evidence for neural filling in -Vision as illusion - Pinning down "enaction". Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 21.
  • Reilly Ronan G, O’Regan J Kevin. (1998). Eye movement control during reading: A simulation of some word-targeting strategies. Vision Research, 38, 303-317.
  • Rensink Ronald A, O’Regan J Kevin, Clark James J. (1997). To see or not to see: The need for attention to perceive changes in scenes. Psychological Science, 8, 368-373.
  • Ninio Jacques, O’Regan J Kevin. (1996). The half-Zollner Illusion. Perception, 25, 77-94.
  • Vitu Francoise, O’Regan J Kevin, Inhoff Albrecht W, Topolski Richard. (1995). Mindless reading: Eye-movement characteristics are similar in scanning letter strings and reading texts. Perception & Psychophysics, 57, 352-364.
  • Guez J E, Marchal P, Le Gargasson J F, Grall Y, O’Regan J K. (1994). Eye fixations near corners: evidence for a centre of gravity calculation based on contrast, rather than luminance or curvature. Vision Research, 34, 1625-35.
  • O’Regan JK. (1994). The world as an outside memory _ no strong internal metric means no problem of visual acuity. Behaviour Brain Sciences, 17, 270-271.
  • Guez Jean Eric, le Gargasson Jean Francois, Rigaudiere Florence, O’Regan J Kevin. (1993). Is there a systematic location for the pseudo-fovea in patients with central scotoma?. Vision Research, 33, 1271-1279.
  • Inhoff Albrecht W, Topolski Richard Vitu Francoise, O’Regan J Kevin. (1993). Attention demands during reading and the occurrence of brief (express) fixations. Perception & Psychophysics, 54, 814-823.
  • Grainger Jonathan, O’Regan J Kevin. (1992). A psychophysical investigation of language priming effects in two English^French bilinguals. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 4, 323-339.
  • Grainger Jonathan, O’Regan J Kevin, Jacobs Arthur M, Segui Juan. (1992). Neighborhood frequency effects and letter visibility in visual word recognition. Perception & Psychophysics, 51, 49-56.
  • Holmes V M, O’Regan J K. (1992). Reading derivationally affixed French words. Language and Cognitive Processes, 7, 163-192.
  • O’Regan J K, Jacobs Arthur M. (1992). Optimal viewing position effect in word recognition: A challenge to current theory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 18, 185-197.
  • O’Regan J Kevin. (1992). Solving the "real" mysteries of visual perception: The world as an outside memory. Canadian Journal of Psychology/Revue Canadienne de Psychologie, 46, 461-488.
  • Nazir Tatjana A, O’Regan J Kevin, Jacobs Arthur M. (1991). On words and their letters. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 29, 171-174.
  • Nazir Tatjana A, O’Regan J Kevin. (1990). Some results on translation invariance in the human visual system. Spatial Vision, 5, 81-100.
  • Vitu F, O’Regan J K, Mittau M. (1990). Optimal landing position in reading isolated words and continuous text. Perception & Psychophysics, 47, 583-600.
  • Grainger Jonathan, O’Regan J Kevin, Jacobs Arthur M, Segui Juan. (1989). On the role of competing word units in visual word recognition: The neighborhood frequency effect. Perception & Psychophysics, 45, 189-195.
  • O’Regan J K, Humbert R. (1989). Estimating psychometric functions in forced-choice situations: Significant biases found in threshold and slope estimations when small samples are used. Perception & Psychophysics, 46, 434-442.
  • O’Regan J Kevin. (1988). Toward a new theory of eye guidance in reading / Vers une nouvelle theorie du guidage oculaire dans la lecture. Bulletin de Psychologie, 42, 544-548.
  • Coeffe C, O’Regan J K. (1987). Reducing the influence of non-target stimuli on saccade accuracy: Predictability and latency effects. Vision Research, 27, 227-240.
  • Jacobs Arthur M, O’Regan J Kevin. (1987). Spatial and/or temporal adjustments of scanning behavior to visibility changes. Acta Psychologica, 65, 133-146.
  • O’Regan JK, Lévy-Shoen A. (1987). Eye-movement stategy and tactics in word recognition and reading. Attention & Performance., 12, 363-383.
  • Tiberghien G, O’Regan JK. (1987). Initiation to psychopysics - french -. Année Psychologique., 87, 110-111.
  • Rayner K, O’Regan JK. (1986). Eye-movements in reading perceptual and language processes. Année Psychologique., 86, 129-130.
  • O’Regan J K, Pynte J, Coeffe C. (1985). How the eye explores an isolated word / Comment le regard explore un mot isole. Bulletin de Psychologie, 39, 429-432.
  • O’Regan J K. (1984). Retinal versus extraretinal influences in flash localization during saccadic eye movements in the presence of a visible background. Perception & Psychophysics, 36, 1-14.
  • O’Regan J K, Levy-Schoen A, Pynte J, Brugaillière B. (1984). Convenient Fixation Location Within Isolated Words of Different Length and Structure: Correction. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 10, 393.
  • O’Regan J K, Levy-Schoen A, Pynte J, Brugaillère B. (1984). Convenient fixation location within isolated words of different length and structure. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 10, 250-257.
  • O’Regan JK, Lévy-Shoen A, Renault C. (1984). Is the underestimation of distances in peripheral-vision a sensory phenomenon, a mnemonic phenomenon,or is st caused by response factors?. Behaviour Brain Reseach., 12, 217-218.
  • O’Regan J K, Levy-Schoen A. (1983). Integrating visual information from successive fixations: Does trans-saccadic fusion exist?. Vision Research, 23, 765-768.
  • O’Regan JK, Lévy-ShoenA, JacobsA. (1983). The effect of visibility on eye movement parameters in reading. Perception & Psychophysics., 34, 457-464.
  • Holmes V M, O’Regan J K. (1981). Eye fixation patterns during the reading of relative-clause sentences. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 20, 417-430.
  • HolmesV, O’Regan JK. (1981). Effects of syntactic structure on eye fixations during reading. Journal of Verbal Leaning and Verbal behavior., 417-430.
  • Kapoula Z, O’Regan K, Levy-Schoen A. (1981). Fundamental processes in the reading and comprehension of written language: Study of the regulation of fixation duration in a simplified reading task / Processus fondamentaux en œuvre dans la lecture et la compréhension du langage écrit: Etude de la régul. Psychologie Française, 26, 102-109.
  • McClelland James L, O’Regan J K. (1981). Expectations increase the benefit derived from parafoveal visual information in reading words aloud. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 7, 634-644.
  • McClelland James L, O’Regan J K. (1981). On visual and contextual factors in reading: A reply to Rayner and Slowiaczek. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 7, 652-657.
  • O’Regan JK. (1980). The control of saccade size and fixation duration in reading: the limits of linguistic control. Perception & Psychophysics, 28, 112-117.
  • O’Regan JK. (1979). Saccade size control in reading: Evidence for the linguistic control hypothesis. Perception & Psychophysics, 25, 501-509.
  • O’Regan JK. (1978). A new horizontal eye movement calibration method: Subject-controlled "smooth pursuit" and "zero drift.". Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, 10, 393-397.
  • O’Regan JK, Levy-Schoen A. (1978). Eye movements during reading. L’année Psychologique, 78, 459-492.
  • de Boysson-Bardies B, O’Regan JK. (1973). What children do in spite of adults’ hypotheses. Nature, 246, 531-534.

Livre

  • O’Regan JK. (2011). Why Red Doesn’t Sound Like a Bell: Understanding the Feel of Consciousness. Oxford University Press.

Chapitres

  • O’Regan JK, Rat-Fischer L, , Fagard J. (2011). Mechanisms leading to tool use: A longitudinal study in human infants. In (Ed) Front. Comput. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: IEEE ICDL-EPIROB 2011, .
  • Rat-Fischer L, O’Regan JK, , Fagard J. (2011). Tool-use learning mechanisms at the end of the second year in human infants. In (Ed) Front. Comput. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: IEEE ICDL-EPIROB 2011, .
  • O’Regan JK. (2010). Explaining what people say about sensory qualia. In N. Gangopadhyay M Madary F Spicer (Ed) Perception, Action, and Consciousness: Sensorimotor Dynamics and Two Visual Systems, OUP ed.. (PDF)
  • Philipona D, , O’Regan J K. (2010). The Sensorimotor Approach in CoSy: The Example of Dimensionality Reduction. In H. I. Christensen G M. Kruijff, ,J. L. Wyatt (Eds (Eds) Cognitive Systems, Springer ed. 95-130.
  • O’Regan JK. (2009). Sensorimotor approach to (phenomenal) consciousness. In Baynes T, Cleeremans A ,Wilken P (Eds) Oxford Companion to Consciousness, Oxford University Press ed. 588-593. (PDF)
  • Myin E, O’Regan JK. (2008). Situated perception and sensation in vision and other modalities: form an active to a sensorimotor account. In P. Robbins, A. Aydede (Eds) Cambridge Handbook of Situated Cognition, Cambridge University Press ed. 185-200.
  • O’Regan JK. (2007). How to Build Consciousness into a Robot: The Sensorimotor Approach. In M. Lungarella F Iida J Bongard ,R. Pfeifer (Eds.) (Eds) 50 Years of Artificial Inteligence, Springer ed. 333-347. (PDF)
  • Philipona D, , O’Regan J K. (2005). La perception de l’espace, identification d’une faculté sensorimotrice. In C. Thinus-Blanc (Ed) Agir dans l’espace, .
  • Philipona D, , O’Regan JK. (2005). La perception de l’espace, identification d’une faculté sensorimotrice?. In C. Thinus-Blanc ,J. Bullier (Eds) Agir dans l’espace, MSH ed. 151-165.
  • Philipona, D, , O’Regan J K. (2005). Perception multimodale de l’espace. In (Ed) Philosophie de la nature aujourd’hui, MSH ed..
  • O’Regan J K, Myin E, , Noe A. (2004). Towards an analytic phenomenology: The concepts of bodiliness and grabbiness. In Carsetti A (Ed) Seeing, Thinking and Knowing, Kluwer ed. 103-114.
  • O’Regan JK, Myin E, , Noë A. (2004). Towards an Analytic phenomenology: the concepts of "bodiliness" and "grabbiness". In Carsetti A (Ed) Seeing, thinking and knowing: Meaning and self-organisation in visual cognition and thought, Kluwer ed..
  • Philipona D, , O’Regan J K. (2004). Perception sensorimotorice de l’espace. In O. Gapenne (Ed) Arobase, .
  • Vitu F, , O’Regan J K. (2004). Les mouvements oculaires comme indice "on-line" des processus cognitifs: rêve ou réalité?. In L. Ferrand ,J. Grainger (Eds) Psycholinguistique Cognitive, Essais en l’honneur de Juan Segui, De Boeck ed..
  • O’Regan J K. (2003). Change Blindness. In Nadel L (Ed) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, Nature Publishing Group ed..
  • Noe A, , O’Regan J K. (2002). On the brain-basis of visual consciousness: A sensorimotor account. In Noe AThompson E (Ed) Vision and mind: Selected readings in the philosophy of perception, MIT Press ed. 567-598.
  • Noe, Alva, , O’Regan J Kevin. (2002). On the brain-basis of visual consciousness: A sensorimotor account. In Noe, AlvaThompson, Evan (Eds) Vision and mind: Selected readings in the philosophy of perception, MIT Press ed. 567-598.
  • O’Regan J K, , Noe A. (2002). The origin of. In Hallam BFloreano JHallam JHayes GMeyer, J-A. (Eds) From animals to animats 7, MIT Press ed. 27-35.
  • O’Regan JK, Noë A. (2002). The origin of. In B. Hallam D Floreano J Hallam G Hayes ,J-A. Meyer (Eds) From animals to animats 7., MIT Press ed. 27-35.
  • O’Regan J K. (2001). Thoughts on change blindness. In Harris L R.Jenkin M (Ed) Visiion and Attention, Springer Verlag ed. 281-302.
  • O’Regan JK. (2001). Thoughts on change blindness. In L. R. Harris ,M. Jenkin (Eds. (Eds) Vision and Attention, Springer ed..
  • Deubel, Heiner, O’Regan J Kevin, , Radach, Ralph. (2000). Commentary on Section 2. Attention, information processing and eye movement control. In Kennedy, AlanRadach, RalphHeller, DieterPynte, (Eds) Reading as a perceptual process, North-Holland / Elsevier Science Publishers ed. 355-374.
  • Vitu Francoise, O’Regan J Kevin. (1995). A challenge to current theories of eye movements in reading. In Findlay, John M. Walker, Robin Kentridge, Robert W (Eds) Eye movement research: Mechanisms, processes and applications, Elsevier Science ed. 381-392.
  • O’Regan J K. (1990). Eye movements and reading. In Kowler E (Ed) Eye movements and their role in visual and cognitive processes, Elsevier ed. 395-453.
  • O’Regan J Kevin. (1989). Visual acuity, lexical structure, and eye movements in word recognition. In Elsendoorn, Ben A. G. Bouma, Herman (Eds) Working models of human perception, Academic Press Inc ed. 261-292.
  • O’Regan J K, , Levy-Schoen A. (1987). Eye movements: From physiology to cognition. In (Ed) Elsevier Science ed.678 p.
  • O’Regan J K, , Levy-Schoen A. (1987). Eye-movement strategy and tactics in word recognition and reading. In Coltheart, Max (Eds) Attention and performance 12: The psychology of reading, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc ed. 363-383.