Gaze motor asymmetries in the perception of faces during a memory task.

In 33 male and female adult volunteers, eye position recordings were performed by means of an infrared reflection technique. Slides of randomly shuffled black-and-white photographs (7.5 x 10 degrees) of faces and vases were projected for 6 or 20 sec respectively in a visual memory task. In each series, 10 slides of art nouveau vases and of the "inner part… CONTINUE READING