Title: Disparate Substrates for Head Gaze following and Face Perception in the Monkey Superior Temporal Sulcus

Primates use gaze cues to follow peer gaze to an object of joint attention. Gaze following of monkeys is largely determined by head or face orientation. We used fMRI in rhesus monkeys to identify brain regions underlying head gaze following and to assess their relationship to the 'face patch' system, the latter being the likely source of information on face… CONTINUE READING