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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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Multiple pathways lead to joint attention.

(a) Joint attention is achieved through following the other's gaze direction. (b) Joint attention is achieved through hand following (dash lines) pathways because eye-hand coordination within an agent (solid lines) ensures the same object either through eye direction and hand activities.

Figure 5