Infant gaze following based on eye direction

@inproceedings{Moore2011InfantGF,
  title={Infant gaze following based on eye direction},
  author={Chris Moore and Valerie Corkum},
  year={2011}
}
This experiment investigates the role of eye direction in infant joint visual attention. Sixty-three infants aged from 8 to 19 months participated in a training study in which they were shown adult eye turns in association with the appearance of an interesting sight to one or the other side. It was only at 18-19 months ofage that infants showed a reliable ability to use the adult eye turns to predict the side of appearance of the target. this finding suggests that before 18 months ofage… CONTINUE READING

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