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obvious and a secret place of the mind is revealed where time is suspended, now challenged by triggers coming from the temporal body. And that begins a startling uncertainty relating to the troubling problem of our mortality. Discussing Paolo Fonda’s paper, Brînduşa Orăşanu makes a fine remark on how, from time to time, we are taken out of our secret and cozy place in the meta-Ego by our fear of death, awakened in moments of crisis, moments revealing the mix of fusion and separation in our relation with the Object. In the end, Alice Popescu makes some

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, included to ensure that participants attended to the images as well as to the probes. These trials featured a pair of eye or nose images rather than one image of each type. Participants were instructed to press the middle mouse button in these catch trials, regardless of probe identity. During the assessment tasks, eye movements were recorded using an Eyelink 1000 system running at a spatial accuracy of .25°–.5°, a spatial resolution of .01°–.05°, and a temporal resolution of 1,000 Hz. The eye-tracking camera was linked to a separate host PC to the one displaying the