Gaze Cueing, Mental States and the Effect of Autistic Traits


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The ability to interpret and follow the gaze of our social partners is an integral skill in human communication. Recent research has demonstrated that gaze following behaviour is underpinned by theory of mind (ToM) processes. However, it is yet to be determined whether the modulation of gaze cueing by ToM is affected by individual differences, such as autistic traits. The aim of this experiment wa...


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