Social cognition in gaze-based interaction (DUALGAZE)
Social cognition in gaze-based interaction
Start date: May 18, 2015,
End date: May 17, 2019
"Social cognition studies have, paradoxically, largely ignored social interaction, because of a prevailing cognitivist tradition that assumes we can learn about the minds in “isolation”, and because of methodological difficulties in operationalising real-life interaction in a controlled experimental setup. This proposal aims to study the dynamic properties of social interaction via gaze by means of a dual interactive eye-tracking paradigm in which each person’s gaze, recorded via eye-tracking, is presented to the other by means of a virtual agent."
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