Subject: Asians | Westerners | cognitive strategies | Psychology | cultural differences | cued attention | BF1-990 | Original Research | gaze-cueing effect
mesheuropmc: genetic structures | behavioral disciplines and activities
The direction of gaze automatically and exogenously guides visual spatial attention, a phenomenon termed as the gaze-cueing effect. Although this effect arises when the duration of stimulus onset asynchrony (SOA) between a non-predictive gaze cue and the target is relat... View more
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