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Asymmetry in Gaze Direction Discrimination Between the Upper and Lower Visual Fields
Previous research has shown that gaze direction can only be accurately discriminated within parafoveal limits (∼5° eccentricity) along the horizontal visual field. Beyond this eccentricity, head orientation seems to influence ...
Eye gaze and head orientation modulate the inhibition of return for faces
The present study used an inhibition of return (IOR) spatial cueing paradigm to examine how gaze direction and head orientation modulate attention capture for human faces. Target response time (RT) was measured after the ...
Effects of peripheral eccentricity and head orientation on gaze discrimination
(Taylor & Francis, 2014-11-26)
Visual search tasks support a special role for direct gaze in human cognition, while classic gaze judgement tasks suggest the congruency between head orientation and gaze direction plays a central role in gaze perception. ...
The Effects of Eye Gaze and Head Orientation On Covert Attention Capture
(University of Waterloo, 2014-08-06)
The direction of someone’s eye gaze plays a fundamental role during social interactions and may function to capture and engage attention in the environment. Research has shown that direct eye gaze can preferentially attract ...
Effects of Gender and Gaze Direction on the Visual Exploration of Male and Female Bodies
(University of Waterloo, 2011-04-13)
The present study used eye-tracking to investigate whether a model’s gaze direction influences the way observers look at the entire body of the model and how this interacts with the observer and the model’s gender. ...