Together with the Leipzig Research Center for Early Child
March 31, 2022
2h 55 min
Together with the Leipzig Research Center for Early Child Development in Germany we present this webinar where experts will talk about how they use eye tracking for developmental, clinical and educational-psychology with infants and children.
The systematic study of pupil dilation: An early ontogeny perspective | Robert Hepach, PhD.
Assessing visual processing of information in children with social anxiety disorder in laboratory and natural settings | Julian Schmitz, PhD.
Eye tracking in developmental research - using Tobii Pro's solutions | Marisa Biondi, PhD.,
Pupilb dilation as an indicator of mental effort in monolingual and bilingual children | Susanne Enke, M.Sc.
Longitudinal eye tracking studies in infancy, how changing preferences impact stability | Gustaf Gredebäck, PhD.
Q&A with all speakers
Professor of clinical child and adolescent psychology, University of Leipzig
Associate professor and Fellow, Department of Experimental Psychology, New College in Oxford
Senior Research Scientist, Tobii
M.Sc., Doctoral researcher, University of Leipzig
Professor in Developmental Psychology, Uppsala Child and Baby Lab, Uppsala University
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