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Data from: Cross-modal Social Attention Triggered by Biological Motion Cues
Yiwen Yu; Haoyue Ji; Li Wang; Yi Jiang
Keywordbiological motion cross-modal attention social attention vision audition
AbstractPrevious research has demonstrated that biological motion (BM) cues can induce reflexive attentional orienting. This BM-triggered social attention has hitherto only been investigated within visual modality. It remains unknown whether and to what extent social attention induced by BM cues can occur across different sensory modalities. By introducing auditory stimuli to a modified central cueing paradigm, we showed that observers responded significantly faster to auditory targets presented in the walking direction of BM than that in the opposite direction, reflecting that BM cues could trigger cross-modal social attention. This effect was not due to the viewpoint effect of the global configuration, and could be extended to local BM cues without any global configuration. Critically, such cross-modal social attention was sensitive to the orientation of BM cues, and completely disappeared when critical biological characteristics were removed. Our findings together support the existence of a special multimodal attention mechanism tuned to life motion signals, and shed new light on the unique and cross-modal nature of social attention.
Document Type实验材料与数据
Corresponding AuthorLi Wang
Affiliation1.State Key Laboratory of Brain and Cognitive Science, CAS Center for Excellence in Brain Science and Intelligence Technology, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China
2.Department of Psychology, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049, China
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Yiwen Yu,Haoyue Ji,Li Wang,et al. Data from: Cross-modal Social Attention Triggered by Biological Motion Cues. 2020.
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