The eyes have it! Reflexive orienting is triggered by nonpredictive gaze View Full Text


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DATE

1998-09

AUTHORS

Chris Kelland Friesen, Alan Kingstone

ABSTRACT

Normal subjects were presented with a simple line drawing of a face looking left, right, or straight ahead. A target letter F or T then appeared to the left or the right of the face. All subjects participated in target detection, localization, and identification response conditions. Although subjects were told that the line drawing’s gaze direction (the cue) did not predict where the target would occur, response time in all three conditions was reliably faster when gaze was toward versus away from the target. This study provides evidence for covert, reflexive orienting to peripheral locations in response to uninformative gaze shifts presented at fixation. The implications for theories of social attention and visual orienting are discussed, and the brain mechanisms that may underlie this phenomenon are considered. More... »

PAGES

490-495

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1992. Orienting of Visual Attention in EYE MOVEMENTS AND VISUAL COGNITION
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