Waiting strategy helps street camera operators to judge suspicious events

Christina Howard, Tom Troscianko, Ian Gilchrist, Ardhendu Behera, David Hogg

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Closed circuit television camera operators may adopt an ‘accuracy over speed’ approach when viewing potentially suspicious behaviour, new research has revealed. The study, led by Nottingham Trent University, involved monitoring the suspiciousness of CCTV operators while tracking their eye movements.
Original languageEnglish
JournalFrontier Neuroscience News
Publication statusPublished - 22 Aug 2013

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Closed circuit television systems
Eye movements
Video cameras
Cameras
Networks (circuits)
Monitoring

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Howard, Christina ; Troscianko, Tom ; Gilchrist, Ian ; Behera, Ardhendu ; Hogg, David. / Waiting strategy helps street camera operators to judge suspicious events. In: Frontier Neuroscience News. 2013.
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