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Attention to Angry Faces May Predict Future Depression

A prospective study using eye-tracking technology shows that an attentional bias toward angry faces predicts future depressive episodes among women with a history of depression. ... More>


Imagination Beats Practice in Boosting Visual Search Performance

Practice may not make perfect, but visualization might. People who imagined a visual target were faster at finding it in a display than those who did an actual practice run. ... More>


Does Video Game Driving Translate to Real-World Skills?

Using eye-tracking data, researchers investigate whether popular racing video games develop skills that help players avoid danger out on the road. ... More>


Want to Grab Drivers’ Attention? Use Road Signs Showing More Action

Simply modifying road signs to show more action—a figure running instead of walking—may dramatically increase driver safety. ... More>


Preventing Road Accidents Before They Can Happen

Researchers examine how cars of the future can effectively warn drivers of potential road hazards long before potential accidents occur. ... More>