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From gaze cueing to perspective taking: Revisiting the claim that we automatically compute where or what other people are looking at

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Bibliographic reference Bukowski, Henryk ; Hietanen, Jari K. ; Samson, Dana. From gaze cueing to perspective taking: Revisiting the claim that we automatically compute where or what other people are looking at. In: Visual Cognition, Vol. 23, no. 8, p. 1020-1042 (2015)
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