Free viewing gaze behavior in infants and adults

John Franchak & Karen Adolph
The current study investigated age differences in free viewing gaze behavior. Adults and 6-, 9-, 12-, and 24-month-old infants watched a 60-sec Sesame Street video clip while their eye movements were recorded. Adults displayed high intersubject consistency in eye movements; they tended to fixate the same places at the same. Infants showed weaker consistency between obser- vers and intersubject consistency increased with age. Across age groups, the influence of both bottom-up features (fixating visually salient...
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