Attentional differences between gaze and arrows processing: where vs what are eyes looking at

A gaze is a complex stimulus that provides valuable social information during human interactions. It shares the ability to orient attention with other nonsocial stimuli, such as arrows, but, still, gaze generates unique effects. A clear example was found using a spatial interference task (Marotta et al, 2018). Participants had to identify the direction—left or right—indicated by arrows or eyes located either on the right or left side. Arrows, like [...]

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