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Tag: eye tracking

May 2021
Baby in mother's lap watching her mouth move as she talks.
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Infant siblings of autistic children miss language-learning clues

by  /  6 May 2021

So-called ‘baby sibs’ watch adults’ faces just as much as children without autistic siblings do, but they don’t understand spoken language as well.

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Virtual-reality system tracks eye gaze in real-world settings

by  /  5 May 2021

A new eye-tracking program for VR headsets captures nuanced aspects of social attention in autistic people.

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April 2021
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Gaze-tracking app predicts autism diagnosis in toddlers

by  /  26 April 2021

A mobile phone app that tracks a toddler’s gaze as she watches short videos can distinguish between children who later receive an autism diagnosis and those who do not according to a new study.

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March 2021
Illustration of hybrid objects: part light bulb, part lab vial, some in blue and some in red to signify null and replicated results
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Null and Noteworthy: Brain folds, flickering faces, wearable eye trackers

by  /  25 March 2021

Welcome to the Null and Noteworthy newsletter, a roundup of papers that do the vital work of reproducing a previous result or reporting the absence of one.

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February 2021
Child with clinician, making eye contact
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Algorithm ‘sees’ when people’s eyes meet

by  /  25 February 2021

A new machine-learning tool detects eye contact during recorded face-to-face interactions as accurately as expert observers can.

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January 2021
Face stimuli displaying neutral emotions and EEG electrode recording sites.
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Brain response to facial features may lag in autistic people

by  /  13 January 2021

Looking at eyes, noses and mouths may prompt slower recognition in the brains of autistic people than in those of non-autistic people.

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November 2020
Researcher-provided images show experiment that tracks gaze.
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Autistic people do not shift attention based on social cues

by  /  16 November 2020

A new eye-tracking study highlights how social cues shape attention differently in people with and without autism.

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October 2020
four images show pattern of eye movement
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Social attention shifts differently over time for autistic adults

by  /  23 October 2020

Neurotypical adults change how they view social scenes over time in a way that autistic adults do not, reflecting different underlying mechanisms of social attention.

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August 2020
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New measures of social skills tap what monkeys see, do

by  /  14 August 2020

A pair of tools that gauge social abilities in rhesus macaques may help researchers study autism-like behaviors in monkeys.

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July 2020
Human eye macro view
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Eye ‘jumps’ in autistic people may be especially fleeting

by  /  9 July 2020

Autistic people tend to have trouble shifting their gaze to take in all the details of a scene.

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