Oscillatory Brain Correlates of Live Joint Attention: A Dual-EEG Study

  title={Oscillatory Brain Correlates of Live Joint Attention: A Dual-EEG Study},
  author={Fanny Lachat and Laurent Hugueville and Jean-Didier Lemar{\'e}chal and Laurence Conty and Nathalie George},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
Joint attention consists in following another's gaze onto an environmental object, which leads to the alignment of both subjects' attention onto this object. It is a fundamental mechanism of non-verbal communication, and it is essential for dynamic, online, interindividual synchronization during interactions. Here we aimed at investigating the oscillatory brain correlates of joint attention in a face-to-face paradigm where dyads of participants dynamically oriented their attention toward the… CONTINUE READING
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