Pictorial gaze cues do not enhance long-tailed macaques' performance on a computerised object-location task.

@article{Vick2006PictorialGC,
  title={Pictorial gaze cues do not enhance long-tailed macaques' performance on a computerised object-location task.},
  author={S J Vick and Ido Toxopeus and James R Anderson},
  journal={Behavioural processes},
  year={2006},
  volume={73 3},
  pages={308-14}
}
The perception of pictorial gaze cues was examined in long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis). A computerised object-location task was used to explore whether the monkeys would show faster response time to locate a target when its appearance was preceded with congruent as opposed to incongruent gaze cues. Despite existing evidence that macaques preferentially attend to the eyes in facial images and also visually orient with depicted gaze cues, the monkeys did not show faster response times… CONTINUE READING

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