Examples of stimulus images, areas of interest and the gaze patterns of dogs.


<p>The gaze data were collected from five areas of interest (AOIs) of three facial expressions (Threatening, Pleasant and Neutral) of dogs and humans. The AOIs are drawn in the left panel: eyes, midface, mouth, inner face (eyes, midface and mouth combined) and the whole face. In the right panel, the averaged gaze fixation distributions of 12 dogs during 1500 ms presentations are given with color coding: the minimum fixation duration (<u>≤</u> 5 ms) is indicated by light blue and maximum (<u>≥</u> 100 ms) by bright red. See also <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0143047#pone.0143047.s004" target="_blank">S2 Movie</a> for examples of scanning patterns. The original photos by S. Somppi and 123rf<sup>®</sup>. The images were purchased with a license to publish these images in electronic and printed documents and reports.</p

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