Gaze allocation in a dynamic situation: effects of social status and speaking.

@article{Foulsham2010GazeAI,
  title={Gaze allocation in a dynamic situation: effects of social status and speaking.},
  author={Tom Foulsham and Joey T Cheng and Jessica L. Tracy and Joseph Henrich and Alan Kingstone},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2010},
  volume={117 3},
  pages={319-31}
}
Human visual attention operates in a context that is complex, social and dynamic. To explore this, we recorded people taking part in a group decision-making task and then showed video clips of these situations to new participants while tracking their eye movements. Observers spent the majority of time looking at the people in the videos, and in particular at their eyes and faces. The social status of the people in the clips had been rated by their peers in the group task, and this status… CONTINUE READING
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