Publication Date

2023

College

College of Professional Studies

Department

Psychology

Document Type

Article

Description

The current study used a combination of eye tracking and EEG to investigate early visual processing of infant faces with cleft lip/palate as well as the impact cleft palate has on perceived cuteness. The results demonstrate a significant decrease in early visual attention to the eye region and increased visual attention to the mouth for infants with cleft lip. Differences in neural processing are evident at both early and late stage processing (N170, P2, LPP).

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