Viewpoint and center of gravity affect eye movements to human faces.

@article{Bindemann2009ViewpointAC,
  title={Viewpoint and center of gravity affect eye movements to human faces.},
  author={Markus Bindemann and Christoph Scheepers and A. Mike Burton},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={7.1-16}
}
In everyday life, human faces are encountered in many different views. Despite this fact, most psychological research has focused on the perception of frontal faces. To address this shortcoming, the current study investigated how different face views are processed, by measuring eye movements to frontal, mid-profile and profile faces during a gender categorization (Experiment 1) and a free-viewing task (Experiment 2). In both experiments observers initially fixated the geometric center of a face… CONTINUE READING

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