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"Are you looking at me?" How children's gaze judgments improve with age.
Adults' judgments of another person's gaze reflect both sensory (e.g., perceptual) and nonsensory (e.g., decisional) processes. We examined how children's performance on a gaze categorization task develops over time by ...
Adaptation to Tilted Scenes
Cone of direct gaze as a marker of social anxiety in males.
The fear of being scrutinised is a core feature of social anxiety disorder and socially anxious individuals overestimate being 'looked at'. A recent development in the vision sciences is a reliable psychophysical index of ...
Eye gaze is not coded by cardinal mechanisms alone.
Gaze is an important social cue in regulating human and non-human interactions. In this study, we employed an adaptation paradigm to examine the mechanisms underlying the perception of another's gaze. Previous research has ...
Humans have an expectation that gaze is directed toward them.
Many animals use cues from another animal's gaze to help distinguish friend from foe. In humans, the direction of someone's gaze provides insight into their focus of interest and state of mind and there is increasing ...
Dual-route model of the effect of head orientation on perceived gaze direction.
Previous studies on gaze perception have identified 2 opposing effects of head orientation on perceived gaze direction-1 repulsive and the other attractive. However, the relationship between these 2 effects has remained ...
Peripheral Processing of Gaze
© 2015 APA, all rights reserved).When looking at someone, we combine information about their head orientation and eye deviation to judge their direction of gaze. What remains unknown, however, is how these cues combine ...
A Bayesian approach to person perception
© 2015 Elsevier Inc.Here we propose a Bayesian approach to person perception, outlining the theoretical position and a methodological framework for testing the predictions experimentally. We use the term person perception ...