Eye tracking

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Eye tracking

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Understanding psychological processes though eye tracking

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Could eye movements provide a window into early signs of dementia? Investigating the relationship between eye movements and cognitive decline.
Past research has indicated a relationship between eye movement abilities and cognitive decline. Specifically, performances on the anti-saccade task and pro-saccade task have demonstrated a correlation with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) severity,…

In adolescence, high importance is placed on peer evaluations and social rewards have increased salience during this developmental period. Sleep patterns also change in adolescence, as teenagers typically experience insufficient sleep. This research…

In order to identify the origin of our understanding of numerosity and arithmetic abilities, it is essential that such abilities are measured in infants. In Wynn’s (1992) study, a case was made for an innate ability to perform arithmetic operation…

Lights, Camera, Action: Investigating Advertisement Susceptibility in Films Amongst Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease and Controls.
Product placement is the merging of entertainment with advertising, and its presence in our daily lives is increasing. Despite this, there is an inherent lack of consideration of its influence amongst vulnerable populations such as individuals with…