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Eye-tracking Social Preferences

Ting Jiang, Jan Potters, Yukihiko Funaki
2015 Journal of Behavioral Decision Making  
We find that the social preferences inferred from the choices are in line with the choice rule inferred from the eye movements.  ...  The hypothesis tested is that if a subject is "really" motivated by a particular social preference, then choosing in accordance with this preference will lead to an identifiable pattern of eye movements  ...  Hence, the eye-movement patterns by and large confirm the revealed preference inferences based on subjects' choices.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bdm.1899 fatcat:shofgsuiivf2be3arrzpttb2d4

Infants Anticipate Others' Social Preferences

Christine Fawcett, Ulf Liszkowski
2012 Infant and Child Development  
In the current eye-tracking study, we explored whether 12-monthold infants can predict others' social preferences.  ...  In contrast, infants revealed no difference in visual anticipations between the up and down characters.  ...  By revealing how infants' interpret and predict events, action anticipation can shed new light on cognitive development in many domains.  ... 
doi:10.1002/icd.739 fatcat:ro7mr4qn4ffvbgsd7yxcmoj2xq

View preference in urban environments

A Batool, P Rutherford, P McGraw, T Ledgeway, S Altomonte
2020 Lighting Research and Technology  
A new link was revealed between the degree of visual exploration and the preference rating of a visual scene.  ...  With people spending up to 90% of their time in indoor spaces, windows and the visual connection that they afford to the outside, can play an important role in ensuring physical and psychological well-being  ...  . 40 An objective record of where the viewer is looking in an environment can be obtained from recording eye movements via ETMs.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1477153520981572 fatcat:6jz6tutvkzgcvk5yhqj7vrjoay

Arm Chair Perspective Preferences

Jan Koenderink, Robert Pepperell, Andrea van Doorn, Baingio Pinna
2016 Art & Perception  
About a quarter of the participants prefer linear perspective, whereas the Hauck map is preferred by more than half of the participants. Naïve observers and art students agree.  ...  Architectural scenes are somewhat more likely to be preferred in perspective.  ...  The actions of the observer are eyeball rotations in the peephole case, and translational movements, augmented with eye movements, in the panel case.  ... 
doi:10.1163/22134913-00002044 fatcat:4l3rmad3jrd6voe5vp4rf7ioge

Differential Gaze Behavior towards Sexually Preferred and Non-Preferred Human Figures

Charlotte Hall, Todd Hogue, Kun Guo
2011 Journal of Sex Research  
Our analysis revealed a clear gender difference in viewing sexually preferred figure images.  ...  Thus, eye-tracking holds promise as a potential sensitive measure for sexual preference, particularly in men.  ...  visual information related to sexual preference.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00224499.2010.521899 pmid:20967669 fatcat:yqqj25ixg5byncis3a5w6hoz2e

Visual straight-ahead preference in saccadic eye movements

Damien Camors, Yves Trotter, Pierre Pouget, Sophie Gilardeau, Jean-Baptiste Durand
2016 Scientific Reports  
Twenty participants underwent alternating blocks of proand anti-saccades during which eye movements were recorded binocularly at 1 kHz.  ...  Importantly, this double dissociation reveals that the higher dynamics of centripetal pro-saccades stem from both oculomotor and visual determinants, which act respectively on the execution and initiation  ...  movements.  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep23124 pmid:26975598 pmcid:PMC4792160 fatcat:wl5xmhwvrjey7byqfnqn4puonu

Eye tracking analysis of preferred reading regions on the screen

Georg Buscher, Ralf Biedert, Daniel Heinesch, Andreas Dengel
2010 Proceedings of the 28th of the international conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '10  
We report on an exploratory study analyzing preferred reading regions on a monitor using eye tracking.  ...  Furthermore, we explore how scrolling interactions and mouse movements are correlated with position and size of the individually preferred reading regions.  ...  But apart from the movements of our eyes that can be detected by eye trackers [2] , we interact in further ways with a com-puter while reading.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1753846.1753976 dblp:conf/chi/BuscherBHD10 fatcat:jhhnb2b5ybd7dfmsavofz22fby

USER PREFERENCES IN IMAGE MAP USING

A. Vondráková, V. Vozenilek
2016 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
For the accomplishment of such testing, eye-tracking technology is a useful tool. The research analysed how users read image maps, or if they prefer image maps over traditional maps.  ...  evaluated according to his preferences.  ...  The research consisted of user testing can reveal incompatibility between user preferences and needs.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xli-b4-599-2016 fatcat:eocnx224fzayflb55gmf6zybre

USER PREFERENCES IN IMAGE MAP USING

A. Vondráková, V. Vozenilek
2016 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
For the accomplishment of such testing, eye-tracking technology is a useful tool. The research analysed how users read image maps, or if they prefer image maps over traditional maps.  ...  evaluated according to his preferences.  ...  The research consisted of user testing can reveal incompatibility between user preferences and needs.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xli-b4-599-2016 fatcat:3wctycd4bzbrhlhwy3gefyf77q

Preference Is Biased by Crowded Facial Expressions

Sid Kouider, Vincent Berthet, Nathan Faivre
2011 Psychological Science  
Here, we studied whether crowded features containing inaccessible emotional information can nevertheless affect preference judgments.  ...  We relied on gazecontingent crowding, a novel method allowing for constant perceptual unawareness through eye-tracking control, and we found that crowded facial expressions can bias evaluative judgments  ...  Eye movements were recorded monocularly with a tower-mounted eye tracker (Eyelink 1000 system, SR Research, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; sampling rate: 1000 Hz; spatial resolution: ≥ 1°).  ... 
doi:10.1177/0956797610396226 pmid:21233479 fatcat:m2dcmns34naqpi77r25764lpym

Ants prefer UV shades

Kathryn Knight
2017 Journal of Experimental Biology  
and neuronal basis of long-term visual memory.  ...  Having selected C. blandusbecause of their relatively large eyes and day-active Inside JEB highlights the key developments in Journal of Experimental Biology.  ... 
doi:10.1242/jeb.168112 fatcat:gsdkfdtonzccdkpw6243rrwxc4

Rotational Preference in Gymnastics

Thomas Heinen, Damian Jeraj, Pia Vinken, Konstantinos Velentzas
2012 Journal of Human Kinetics  
The results revealed, that near-experts and experts more often rotate rightward in the straight jump with a full turn when rotating leftward in the round-off and vice versa.  ...  Lateral preference was positively related to rotational preference in non-expert gymnasts, and vestibulo-spinal asymmetry was positively related to rotational preference in experts.  ...  It can be suggested that lateral preference may be related to rotational preference (Martin and Porac, 2007; Starosta, 2000) , because learners in general choose movement strategies in new tasks in favor  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10078-012-0042-4 pmid:23486362 pmcid:PMC3588671 fatcat:lvcutrqoundldmh3lokvbadw3a

Stroke-direction preferences in drawing and handwriting

Ruud G.J. Meulenbroek, Arnold J.W.M. Thomassen
1991 Human Movement Science  
Having to produce pen-jumps resulted in a preference for oblique directions (hypothesis 3) and the absence of visual control over task performance elicited a preference for oblique movement directions  ...  Our investigation of changes in the patterns of preferences for movement directions as a function of arm position (experiment 2) and type of movement, movement size and visual control (experiment 3) has  ...  Broderick and Laszlo (1987) showed that (1) a partial or complete loss of visual control of the production of these geometrical figures affects the orientation accuracy of the figures but not the angular  ... 
doi:10.1016/0167-9457(91)90006-j fatcat:h22ecx76c5hs5edgrw2uxuxz6u

A preference for visual speed during smooth pursuit eye movement

Tom C. A. Freeman, Maria O. Cucu, Laura Smith
2018 Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance  
Does the preference for visual speed extend to motion perception when the eye moves?  ...  However, the evidence is limited to experiments that use small patches of image motion and restrict eye movements.  ...  A preference for speed can also dictate perceptual behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.1037/xhp0000551 pmid:29975098 fatcat:q72zwng65nfadfgah2cl3uacm4

Preference for human eyes in human infants

Eve Dupierrix, Anne Hillairet de Boisferon, David Méary, Kang Lee, Paul C. Quinn, Elisa Di Giorgio, Francesca Simion, Masaki Tomonaga, Olivier Pascalis
2014 Journal of Experimental Child Psychology  
Our results revealed that no preference was observed in newborns, but a preference for nonhuman primate faces with human eyes emerged from 3 months of age and remained stable thereafter.  ...  One suggestion is that an early preference for human faces reflects an attraction toward human eyes because human eyes are distinctive compared with other animals.  ...  From a developmental perspective, how can we explain the absence of preference in newborns?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jecp.2013.12.010 pmid:24581972 pmcid:PMC4026160 fatcat:mj4cmhcehnhy5e5tz32rvrvika
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