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  • 1. Sukhovey, Yury
    et al.
    Koptyug, Andrey
    Mid Sweden University, Faculty of Science, Technology and Media, Department of Quality Technology and Management, Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics.
    Petrov, Sergey A.
    The Tyumen Centre of Sciences, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences.
    Dotsenko, E. L
    The Tyumen State University, Department of General and Social Psychology.
    Fisher, Tatyana A.
    5The Tyumen Centre of Sciences, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences.
    Psycho-immune Partnership in the Dynamic Responses of Living Systems2014In: International Journal of Life Science and Medical Research, ISSN 2226-4566, Vol. 4, no 5, p. 57-50Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Present paper outlines certain possibilities for a new approach to the generalized modeling of the dynamics of living organism reaction to the changes in its environment. It is shown that there exists common functional “alignment” of the immune and psychic responses in the living organism reaction to the changes in the environment. This is manifested in the experimentally recorded matching of the response scenarios and activities in the immune and psychic domains. Thus, one may conclude that there exist two functionally matched systems (psychic and immune) tracking the external influences and responding to them. On the other hand it is feasible that one is actually dealing with a complex inseparable psycho-immune system and experimentally monitors different aspects of its activity describing these from two different points of view. Given analysis of available experimental data seems to support both of the above alternatives without giving undoubted preferences to any of them. However treating the situation form the formal logic point of view certain preferences can be given to the concept of an inseparable psycho-immune system modeled in two different ways. This approach can also resolve certain collisions happening with the attempts to describe direct interrelations between psychic and immune domains, and can lead the way to higher-level functionality models of the dynamic responses of the living organisms.

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    Wang, Junle
    et al.
    Université de Nantes, France.
    Le Callet, Patrick
    Université de Nantes, France.
    Ricordel, Vincent
    Université de Nantes, France.
    Tourancheau, Sylvain
    Mid Sweden University, Faculty of Science, Technology and Media, Department of Information Technology and Media.
    Quantifying depth bias in free viewing of still stereoscopic synthetic stimuli2011In: Abstracts of the 16th European Conference on Eye Movements: Journal of Eye Movement Research, 4(3)., 2011, p. 92-Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In studies of 2D visual attention, eye-tracking data show a so-called “center-bias”, which means that fixationsare biased towards the center of 2D still images. However, in stereoscopic visual attention, depth is anotherfeature having great influence on guiding eye movements. Relatively little is known about the impact of depth.Several studies mentioned that people tend to look at the objects at certain depth planes. Therefore, it isreasonable to suppose the existence of a “depth-bias”. But studies proving or quantifying this depth-bias arestill limited. We conducted a binocular eye-tracking experiment by showing synthetic stimuli on a stereoscopicdisplay. Observers were required to do a free-viewing task through active shutter glasses. Gaze positions ofboth eyes were recorded for obtaining the depth of fixation. Stimuli were well designed in order to let thecenter-bias and depth-bias affect eye movements individually. Results showed that the number of fixationsvaried as a function of depth planes. There was also a relationship between the duration of fixation and thedepth plane where the objects were located.

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