Grotesque Impressions Enhance the Gaze Cueing Effect

@inproceedings{Okubo2013GrotesqueIE,
  title={Grotesque Impressions Enhance the Gaze Cueing Effect},
  author={Matia Okubo and Yingda Jiang},
  year={2013}
}
  • Matia Okubo, Yingda Jiang
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • A non-predictive gaze cue produces a reflexive shift of attention to the gazed-at location. The present study used a modified version of Posner's attentional cueing paradigm (a gaze cueing paradigm) to investigate role of grotesque facial expressions on a gaze cueing effect involving induced fear. Grotesque faces were created by vertically shifting the position of one of the two eyes (Experiment 1, N =28) or both eyes (Experiment 2, N =28). The grotesque faces of Experiment 1 produced a larger… CONTINUE READING

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