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The Body Inversion Effect (BIE; reduced visual discrimination performance for inverted compared to upright bodies) suggests that bodies are visually processed configurally; however, the specific importance of head posture information in the BIE has been indicated in reports of BIE reduction for whole bodies with fixed head position and for headless bodies. Through measurement of gaze patterns and investigation of the causal relation of fixation location to visual body discriminationdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0169148 pmid:28085894 pmcid:PMC5234795 fatcat:52utx665ynhivbjckuoogfzkhi