Eye direction aftereffect.

@article{Seyama2006EyeDA,
  title={Eye direction aftereffect.},
  author={Jun'ichiro Seyama and Ruth S. Nagayama},
  journal={Psychological research},
  year={2006},
  volume={70 1},
  pages={59-67}
}
Three experiments using computer-generated human figures showed that after a prolonged observation of eyes looking to the left (or right), eyes looking directly toward the viewer appeared directed to the right (or left). Observation of an arrow pointing left or right did not induce this aftereffect on the perceived eye direction. Happy faces produced the aftereffect more effectively than surprised faces, even though the image features of the eyes were identical for both the happy and the… CONTINUE READING

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EyeNo subtypeFace
Happy faces produced the aftereffect more effectively than surprised faces , even though the image features of the eyes were identical for both the happy and the surprised faces .
Happy faces produced the aftereffect more effectively than surprised faces , even though the image features of the eyes were identical for both the happy and the surprised faces .
Happy faces produced the aftereffect more effectively than surprised faces , even though the image features of the eyes were identical for both the happy and the surprised faces .
EyePart ofFace
Happy faces produced the aftereffect more effectively than surprised faces , even though the image features of the eyes were identical for both the happy and the surprised faces .
Happy faces produced the aftereffect more effectively than surprised faces , even though the image features of the eyes were identical for both the happy and the surprised faces .
Happy faces produced the aftereffect more effectively than surprised faces , even though the image features of the eyes were identical for both the happy and the surprised faces .
FaceHas partEye
Happy faces produced the aftereffect more effectively than surprised faces , even though the image features of the eyes were identical for both the happy and the surprised faces .
Happy faces produced the aftereffect more effectively than surprised faces , even though the image features of the eyes were identical for both the happy and the surprised faces .
Happy faces produced the aftereffect more effectively than surprised faces , even though the image features of the eyes were identical for both the happy and the surprised faces .
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