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Browsing Psychology - Faculty Research by Subject "distraction context manipulation paradigm"
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.(2018)Head and gaze directions are used during social interactions as essential cues to infer where someone attends. When head and gaze are oriented toward opposite directions, we need to extract socially meaningful information ...