Tobii Pro will be hosting two workshops at the eighth annual BCCCD meeting in Budapest, Hungary
Tobii Pro will be hosting two workshops at the eighth annual BCCCD meeting in Budapest, Hungary on January 4th, 2018. The workshops will focus on using eye tracking together with Electroencephalography (EEG).
Both workshops will take place on Thursday, 4th of January and will be run by Dr. Louisa Kulke
Setting up combined eye-tracking and EEG
8.45 AM to 10.15 AM
Combining eye-tracking and Electroencephalography (EEG) can be a useful technique to investigate brain mechanisms of free viewing, to investigate neural responses in infant-friendly paradigms relying on gaze-contingency or to simply ensure fixation during presentation of visual stimuli. Especially in infant research, where verbal instructions are often not possible, non-verbal eye-tracking paradigms can provide useful insights to cognitive processes.
Analyzing co-registered eye-tracking and EEG data
10.30 AM to 12.00 PM
Co-registered EEG and eye-tracking data can provide abundant information, for example regarding fixation locations, pupil size, fixation-related neural potentials, saccade-related responses and underlying sources.
To learn more about the workshops click here.