- Research and reports
Research and reports
Want to delve deeper into cognitive processes in your psychological experiments? This white paper includes 15 lab paradigms that provide an overview of how eye tracking can enrich your experimental research. It covers attention, memory, decision-making, problem-solving, and more.
With sub-second precision, track where your participants are looking in real-time, uncovering a wealth of information about their cognitive functions like associative learning and memory encoding.
We explain how eye tracking data – such as saccades, fixations, and pupil size – relate to commonly observed behavioral phenomena like the looking-at-nothing effect, gaze reinstatement, and inhibitory control.
Fill out the form to download the white paper to learn more about how eye tracking can be used to study cognitive functions.
SCIENCE WRITER, TOBII
As a science writer, I get to read peer-reviewed publications and write about the use of eye tracking in scientific research. I love discovering the new ways in which eye tracking advances our understanding of human cognition.
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