Cortical regions involved in eye movements, shifts of attention, and gaze perception.

@article{Grosbras2005CorticalRI,
  title={Cortical regions involved in eye movements, shifts of attention, and gaze perception.},
  author={Marie-Helene Grosbras and Angela R. Laird and Tom{\'a}s Paus},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2005},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={140-54}
}
Human vision is an active process that involves shifting attention across the visual scene, with or without moving the eyes. Such shifts of attention can be generated at will (endogenously) or be triggered automatically, i.e., generated in response to exogenous stimuli including socially relevant cues such as someone else's gaze. What are the common and distinct brain mechanisms involved in these processes? To address this question, we carried out a quantitative effect-location meta-analysis of… CONTINUE READING
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