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Future Fellowships - Grant ID: FT110100150

Title
Future Fellowships - Grant ID: FT110100150
Funding
ARC | Future Fellowships
Contract (GA) number
FT110100150
Start Date
2011/01/01
End Date
2015/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/FT110100150

 

  • Spatial limitations in averaging social cues

    Joseph Florey; Colin W. G. Clifford; Steven Dakin; Isabelle Mareschal (2016)
    Projects: ARC | Future Fellowships - Grant ID: FT110100150 (FT110100150)
    The direction of social attention from groups provides stronger cueing than from an individual. It has previously been shown that both basic visual features such as size or orientation and more complex features such as face emotion and identity can be averaged across multiple elements. Here we used an equivalent noise procedure to compare observers’ ability to average social cues with their averaging of a non-social cue. Estimates of observers’ internal noise (uncertainty associated with proc...

    Humans Have an Expectation That Gaze Is Directed Toward Them

    Mareschal, Isabelle; Calder, Andrew J.; Clifford, Colin W.G. (2013)
    Projects: ARC | Future Fellowships - Grant ID: FT110100150 (FT110100150), ARC | Gaze perception and adaptation (DP120102589)
    Summary Many animals use cues from another animal’s gaze to help distinguish friend from foe [1–3]. In humans, the direction of someone’s gaze provides insight into their focus of interest and state of mind [4] and there is increasing evidence linking abnormal gaze behaviors to clinical conditions such as schizophrenia and autism [5–11]. This fundamental role of another’s gaze is buoyed by the discovery of specific brain areas dedicated to encoding directions of gaze in faces [12–14]. Surpris...

    Beauty and the beholder: the role of visual sensitivity in visual preference

    Spehar, Branka; Wong, Solomon; van de Klundert, Sarah; Lui, Jessie; Clifford, Colin W. G.; Taylor, Richard P. (2015)
    Projects: ARC | Future Fellowships - Grant ID: FT110100150 (FT110100150), ARC | The pleasure of seeing: perceptual foundations of aesthetic experience (DP120103659)
    For centuries, the essence of aesthetic experience has remained one of the most intriguing mysteries for philosophers, artists, art historians and scientists alike. Recently, views emphasizing the link between aesthetics, perception and brain function have become increasingly prevalent (Zeki, 1999; 2002; 2013; Ishizu & Zeki, 2013; Ramachandran & Hirstein, 1999; Livingstone, 2002). The link between art and the fractal structure of natural images has also been highlighted (Spehar, Newell, Clif...
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