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

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  • Authors: Barabanschikov VA1, Zherdev IY.1
  • Affiliations:
    1. Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciens
  • 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    This article has been retracted (i.e. withdrawn from the press) by the Editorial board with the consent of the RUDN University Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Publications and publisher.

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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.

About the authors

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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