Is it Possible to See a Human Facial Expression during Rapid Eye Movements?

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  • Authors: Barabanschikov V.A., Zherdev I.Y.
  • Issue: No 3 (2014)
  • Pages: 8-17
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/psychology-pedagogics/article/view/8028
  • Retraction date: 25.06.2019
  • Retraction reasons description:

    The reason for the article retraction is partial redundant publication:

    1. Barabanschikov, V.A., & Zherdev, I.Yu. Perception of complex socially significant objects during observer’s rapid eye movements. Experimental Psychology (Russia). 7(2), 5–25.
    2. Barabanschikov, V. A., & Zherdev, I. Y. (2014). Is it Possible to See a Human Facial Expression during Rapid Eye Movements?. RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics, (3), 8-17.

    This article has been retracted (i.e. withdrawn from the press) by the Editorial board with the consent of the RUDN University Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Publications and publisher.

Abstract


The identification accuracy of intense basic facial expressions during the saccadic eye movements is studied. An original hardware-software apparatus based on high frequency video eyetracker was used which makes it possible to change visual stimulus twice during a saccade. A reliable identification at a frequency of 0,61 is observed. The identification frequency is related both to the expression modality and alternative response. No relation to egocentric stimulus position is observed.

V A Barabanschikov

Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciens

Email: vladimir.barabanschikov@gmail.com
Laboratory of System Research

I Yu Zherdev

Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciens

Email: ivan866@mail.ru
Laboratory of System Research

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