Human Agency Beliefs Influence Joint Attention Behaviour

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Description: In this study, we compared the eye-movements of participants as they completed a joint attention game with a virtual partner or avatar. Half of the participants believed that the avatar was controlled by another human. The other half were correctly informed that the avatar was controlled by a computer algorithm. Caruana, N., Spirou, D., & Brock, J. (2017). Human agency beliefs influence joint attention behaviour. Manuscript submitted for publication.

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