Face exploration dynamics differentiate men and women.

  title={Face exploration dynamics differentiate men and women.},
  author={Antoine Coutrot and Nicola Binetti and Charlotte Harrison and Isabelle Mareschal and Alan P Johnston},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  volume={16 14},
The human face is central to our everyday social interactions. Recent studies have shown that while gazing at faces, each one of us has a particular eye-scanning pattern, highly stable across time. Although variables such as culture or personality have been shown to modulate gaze behavior, we still don't know what shapes these idiosyncrasies. Moreover, most previous observations rely on static analyses of small-sized eye-position data sets averaged across time. Here, we probe the temporal… CONTINUE READING

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