Social attention cues such as head and gaze direction may deliver conflicting information (i.e., right-oriented head with left-directed gaze). We investigated gaze-direction discriminations in contexts with different proportions of trials with congruent/incongruent head orientation. A distraction-filtering mechanism, which filters-out irrelevant head orientation, and conflict adaptation mechanisms support efficient gaze-direction decisions

Marini, F., Ravagli, A., Maravita, A., Ricciardelli, P. (2015). Selective Attention to Social Cues: Context-dependent Modulations. Intervento presentato a: International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) - 12-14 March, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Selective Attention to Social Cues: Context-dependent Modulations

MARINI, FRANCESCO
Primo
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MARAVITA, ANGELO
Penultimo
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RICCIARDELLI, PAOLA
Ultimo
2015

Abstract

Social attention cues such as head and gaze direction may deliver conflicting information (i.e., right-oriented head with left-directed gaze). We investigated gaze-direction discriminations in contexts with different proportions of trials with congruent/incongruent head orientation. A distraction-filtering mechanism, which filters-out irrelevant head orientation, and conflict adaptation mechanisms support efficient gaze-direction decisions
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Social attention cues, distraction-filtering mechanism, context
English
International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) - 12-14 March
Marini, F., Ravagli, A., Maravita, A., Ricciardelli, P. (2015). Selective Attention to Social Cues: Context-dependent Modulations. Intervento presentato a: International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) - 12-14 March, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Marini, F; Ravagli, A; Maravita, A; Ricciardelli, P
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