Attention allocation towards own face is pronounced during middle adolescence: an eye-tracking study.


Increased interest in the self has long been deemed to be one of the most peculiar characteristics of adolescence. On the basis of this, we conjectured that attentiveness towards self-relevant information, especially one's own face, becomes more pronounced during the middle adolescence. The present study tested this hypothesis by comparing the pattern of… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/desc.12490


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