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Gustaf Öqvist Seimyr is a researcher in eye movement tracking and reading at the Marianne Bernadotte Centre. He is a computational linguist with a degree from the programme in Computational Linguistics at Uppsala University where he submitted his PhD in 2006 on evaluating readability on mobile devices. Gustaf’s research focuses on measuring and analyzing eye movements to create greater understanding of how vision works in health and disease under everyday circumstances such as reading, interpreting images, facial recognition etc.

Publications

The effect of spectacle treatment in patients with mild traumatic brain injury: a pilot study
Johansson J, Nygren De Boussard C, Öqvist Seimyr G, Pansell T
Clinical & experimental optometry 2017;100(3):234-242

Screening for Dyslexia Using Eye Tracking during Reading
Nilsson Benfatto M, Öqvist Seimyr G, Ygge J, Pansell T, Rydberg A, Jacobson C
PloS one 2016;11(12):e0165508-

Effect of 3-Dimensional Central Stimuli on Near Point of Convergence
Glimne Sa, Öqvist Seimyr G, Brautaset Rl
Strabismus 2015;23(3):121-5

Eye dominance in binocular viewing conditions
Johansson J, Seimyr Go, Pansell T
JOURNAL OF VISION 2015;15(9):21-

The effect of glare on eye movements when reading
Glimne S, Brautaset Rl, Seimyr GÖ
Work (Reading, Mass.) 2015;50(2):213-20

Monocular and binocular reading performance in subjects with normal binocular vision
Johansson J, Pansell T, Ygge J, Seimyr GÖ
Clinical & experimental optometry 2014;97(4):341-8

Readability of product ingredient labels can be improved by simple means: an experimental study
Yazar K, Seimyr GÖ, Novak Ja, White Ir, Lidén C
Contact dermatitis 2014;71(4):233-41

Slow fluctuations in eye position and resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging brain activity during visual fixation
Fransson P, Flodin P, Seimyr GÖ, Pansell T
The European journal of neuroscience 2014;40(12):3828-35

The effect of contrast on monocular versus binocular reading performance
Johansson J, Pansell T, Ygge J, Seimyr GÖ
Journal of vision 2014;14(5):8-

Measuring glare induced visual fatigue by fixation disparity variation
Glimne S, Seimyr GÖ, Ygge J, Nylén P, Brautaset Rl
Work (Reading, Mass.) 2013;45(4):431-7

The influence of horizontal convergence on slow oscillatory eye movements during visual fixation
Zhang B, Bolzani R, Öqvist Seimyr G, Ygge J, Pansell T
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 2013;54(13):8091-4

Mechanisms compensating for visual field restriction in adolescents with damage to the retro-geniculate visual system
Jacobson L, Lennartsson F, Pansell T, Oqvist Seimyr G, Martin L
Eye (London, England) 2012;26(11):1437-45

Standardized Assessment of Reading Performance: The New International Reading Speed Texts IReST
Irest Study Grp, Trauzettel-klosinski S, Dietz K
INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE 2012;53(9):5452-61

Eye movement study of reading on a mobile device using the page and RSVP text presentation formats
Oquist G, Hein As, Ygge J, Goldstein M
MOBILE HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION - MOBILEHCI 2004, PROCEEDINGS 2004;:108-119

Evaluating Sonified Rapid Serial Visual Presentation: An immersive reading experience on a mobile device
Goldstein M, Oquist G, Bjork S
UNIVERSAL ACCESS: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES, PRACTICE, AND EXPERIENCE 2003;:508-523

Towards an improved readability on mobile devices: evaluating adaptive rapid serial visual presentation
Oquist G, Goldstein M
INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS 2003;15(4):539-558

Towards an improved readability on mobile devices: Evaluating adaptive rapid serial visual presentation
Oquist G, Goldstein M
HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION WITH MOBILE DEVICES 2002;:225-240

Utilizing gaze detection to simulate the affordances of paper in the rapid serial visual presentation format
Oquist G, Bjork S, Goldstein M
HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION WITH MOBILE DEVICES 2002;:378-382

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