CFP: BRMIC Special Issue on Eye Movement Research Methods

Under the joint auspices of ACM ETRA (Association for Computing Machinery's
Eye Tracking Research and Applications, see
and BRMIC (Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers), the
November 2002, issue of BRMIC will feature articles that address research
methods and instrumentation related to the study of oculomotor behavior.
Papers are welcomed from a variety of areas (such as Computer Science and
Human-Computer Interaction; Cognitive and Social Psychology; Ergonomics;
Cognitive Neuroscience; and Applied Psychology).

All interested authors are invited to submit articles for review, via a PDF
file attachment to an e-mail to, prepared according to
the Information for Contributors in volume 33(3) of BRMIC or at

Contributions should be conspicuously marked "For the Eye Tracking issue" and
be sent to the editorial office no later than March 15, 2002. Questions about
submission content and format may be addressed to the General Chair of ETRA,
Andrew T. Duchowski ( or to the editor of BRMIC,
Jonathan Vaughan (

Andrew T. Duchowski, Asst. Prof. office:444 Edwards Hall
Computer Science Dept., MS-0974 phone:864.656.7677 fax:864.656.0145
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634-0974

To unsubscribe send SIGNOFF BIOMCH-L to
For information and archives: