Oxytocin and Pareidolia Face Detection Using the Visual Search Task. A double blind, placebo-controlled within-subject design study using eye tracking and intranasal oxytocin.

Master thesis English OPEN
Winge, Jarle Alexander;
(2014)
  • Subject: eye | Oxytocin | face | pareidolia | tracking | perception

Face pareidolia is the human tendency to see illusory human-like faces, for example in random patterns exhibiting configural properties of a face. Past research on humans show that oxytocin has a crucial role in enhancing facial processing. By leading to an increased f... View more
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