June 7, 2022
How can eye tracking bring autism research forward? What do you need to know about eye tracking before starting your first study? What are best practices?
In this panel discussion, research experts from Stanford School of Medicine, Uppsala University, and Karolinska Institute shared their experiences with the unique insights eye tracking provides in the field of autism and answered audience questions.
Global Manager Education Services, Tobii
Stanford School of Medicine M.Sc. in developmental psychopathology and medical Ph.D.
Developmental psychology, Uppsala University
Karolinska Institute and Uppsala University
In a research project aimed at developing an objective index to identify autism in patients, subjects were recorded with Tobii Pro eye trackers while viewing video clips. By analyzing gaze patterns, researchers developed a quantitative method to help diagnose autism.Learn more
An online symposium where three esteemed researchers present their work with eye tracking in the field of autism study.Learn more