Gaze constancy in upright and inverted faces.

  title={Gaze constancy in upright and inverted faces.},
  author={Yumiko Otsuka and Isabelle Mareschal and Colin W. G. Clifford},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  volume={15 1},
The dual-route model (Otsuka, Mareschal, Calder, & Clifford, 2014) posits that constancy in the perception of gaze direction across lateral head rotation depends on the integration of information from the eye region and information about head rotation. Incorporation of information about head rotation serves to compensate for the change in eye-region information when viewing a rotated head. We tested the ability of this model to predict the magnitude of Wollaston's effect: When eyes from a… CONTINUE READING
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