Studies show that becoming a father changes men’s brains in ways that help them tackle the complex tasks of being a parent, leading neuroscientists say.
By Shen Wu Tan – The Washington Times – Saturday, June 15, 2019
Subscribe to the Neuroscience Lab Newsletter
In research using eye tracking, it was found that gaze was a good indication of subsequent choice. The research suggests that orienting and preference for objects in general are intrinsically linked in a positive feedback loop leading to the conscious choice.
Shimojo, S., Simion, C., Shimojo, E., & Scheier, C. (2003). Gaze bias both reflects and influences preference. Nature Neuroscience, 6(12), 1317–1322.