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Joint Attention without Gaze Following: Human Infants and Their Parents Coordinate Visual Attention to Objects through Eye-Hand Coordination

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A dual eye tracking experimental paradigm.

Infants and parents played with a set of toys on a tabletop in a free-flowing way. Both participants wore a head-mounted eye tracker that recorded their moment-to-moment gaze direction from their egocentric views. The subject of the photograph has given written informed consent, as outlined in the PLOS consent form, to publication of their photograph.

Figure 1