The psychological experience is that focus of attention is essential for perception of gaze direction in a centralized attention pattern. The behavioral facts found in the study are those related to the compelling social elements that lie deep in the act of gazing. Gaze-recording techniques can be used for the analysis of behaviour traits of people engaging in a group activity. This is easily noticed as the gaze cues can happen in a millionth factor of any other facial expression. The study of gaze structure of people leads the head way in many of psychological studies which help a person find out what others guess from the very glance of their gaze.
The authors have adopted experimental patterns to demonstrate their finding from the studies they made on the topic of gaze-behaviour trait relationship. They used super computers in place to support the operative study with a group of experimental participants and designated targets. Their experiments in the basic patterns found that directional information from head and eyes were combined for head always followed the direction set by the eyes. Target was seen simultaneously induced by factors of distracter stigmatization. The objects thus used in the experiments had a substantial tendency to appear directly above or below the target and could be congruent or incongruent with the target image. Objects used as 24 of such target stimuli resulted in as many as 192 displays. The congruency level in both cases did not exhibit much difference as the direction of visual imaging was concerned. Another experiment leads the way of vision theory with engagement of full face images with horizontally averted eye gaze suggesting predictions for directional information form unattended profile heads alongside hand targets. Some findings are that profile head distracters interfered relatively with hand targets. This idea supports the earlier findings of directional information from head cues being