These eye-tracking heat maps show what people really care about

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We never tire of looking at eye-tracking heat maps. In one glance, you can see what does or doesn't influence people and how your reactions compare to the rest of the world.

Sticky, a Swedish company that does that kind of analysis for brands, has recently delved into emotional tracking. It provided the following new set of images for Business Insider readers.

Take a look at these examples to see what we're drawn to:

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Among four "Game of Thrones" actors, people like looking at Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jamie) most, Kit Harington (Jon) second, Richard Madden (Rob) third, Pedro Pascal (Oberyn) fourth.

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Among four "Game of Thrones" actresses, people like looking at Emilia Clarke (Daenerys) most, Natalie Dormer (Margaery) second, Lena Headey (Cersei) third, and Sophie Turner (Sansa) fourth.

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Baby Boomers look at ads on the side of websites. Millennials do not.

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People looked at James Franco a lot this car ad. The car, not so much.

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Only 72% of viewers found Waldo. It took them 2.5 seconds on average.

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Everyone looked at the bikini model in this ad. No one looked at the product.

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Reebok nails it on getting people to look at slogan and brand name.

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Reebok again made a strong brand impression with this ad.

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In Ellen's famous selfie, women look at the female celebrities first, while men look first at the male celebrities.

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On Yelp, people look almost exclusively at the names and stars, not the reviews.

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Is the celebrity endorsement worth it? People looked at Jennifer Aniston and the slogan, but not the product or brand in this ad. In follow-up testing, only 20% of people could recall the brand.

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One of the few things more engaging than a human face? Google auto-fill results.

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People like looking at female celebrities more than male celebrities.

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We like looking at things that other people are looking at ...

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... even if that other person is a baby.

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