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  1. (medicine) Relating to oculometry; measured using an oculometer
    • 1966, John Merchant, "Oculometry", Optical Engineering, vol. 4, no. 2, (Google search result):
      These general requirements constrain the oculometric method to an optical observation of the area within and around the pupil.
    • 1997, M. Fetter et al., editors, Three-dimensional Kinematics of the Eye, Head and Limb Movements, →ISBN, page 429:
      The first reports of the employment of image-based techniques for oculometric measurement, involving photographic and cinematographic recording of the eye for pupillometric analysis (Machemer, 1933; Lowenstein & Friedman, 1942), were published over sixty years ago.
    • 2014 February 11, Romain Grandchamp with Claire Braboszcz and Arnaud Delorme, “Oculometric variations during mind wandering”, in Frontiers in Psychology[1], volume 5, number 31, →DOI, abstract:
      Here we assessed whether oculometric measures such as gaze position, blink frequency and pupil size were correlated with the occurrence and time course of self-reported mind-wandering episodes.

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