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  • Looking ahead: Anticipatory cueing of attention to objects others will look at. 

    Joyce, K; Schenke, K; Bayliss, A; Bach, P (England, 2016-01)
    Seeing a face gaze at an object elicits rapid attention shifts toward the same object. We tested whether gaze cueing is predictive: do people shift their attention toward objects others are merely expected to look at? ...
  • Understanding facial impressions between and within identities. 

    Mileva, M; Young, AW; Kramer, RSS; Burton, AM (Netherlands, 2019-09)
    A paradoxical finding from recent studies of face perception is that observers are error-prone and inconsistent when judging the identity of unfamiliar faces, but nevertheless reasonably consistent when judging traits. ...

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