From gaze cueing to dual eye-tracking: novel approaches to investigate the neural correlates of gaze in social interaction.

@article{Pfeiffer2013FromGC,
  title={From gaze cueing to dual eye-tracking: novel approaches to investigate the neural correlates of gaze in social interaction.},
  author={Ulrich J. Pfeiffer and Kai Vogeley and Leonhard Schilbach},
  journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews},
  year={2013},
  volume={37 10 Pt 2},
  pages={2516-28}
}
Tracking eye-movements provides easy access to cognitive processes involved in visual and sensorimotor processing. More recently, the underlying neural mechanisms have been examined by combining eye-tracking and functional neuroimaging methods. Apart from extracting visual information, gaze also serves important functions in social interactions. As a deictic cue, gaze can be used to direct the attention of another person to an object. Conversely, by following other persons' gaze we gain access… CONTINUE READING
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