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Gaze and Locomotion in Natural Terrains

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Eye movements in the natural world reflect the information needs of the momentary behavior, the associated rewards and costs, and uncertainty about the state of the world. We developed a novel system to record gaze and full-body kinematics while walking in outdoor terrains of varying difficulty and varying informational demands, a situation where little is known about how visual and locomotor systems work together to achieve energetically efficient and stable behavior.

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