Adaptation of gender derived from biological motion.

Abstract:

:Human observers adapted to complex biological motions that distinguish males from females: viewing the gait of one gender biased judgments of subsequent gaits toward the opposite gender. This adaptation was not simply due to local features of the stimuli but instead relied upon the global motion of the figures. These results suggest the existence of neurons selective for gender and demonstrate that gender-from-motion judgments are not fixed but depend upon recent viewing history.

journal_name

Nat Neurosci

journal_title

Nature neuroscience

authors

Jordan H,Fallah M,Stoner GR

doi

10.1038/nn1710

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2006-06-01 00:00:00

pages

738-9

issue

6

eissn

1097-6256

issn

1546-1726

pii

nn1710

journal_volume

9

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