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We will give you an introduction to Tobii Pro’s performance test methodologies and how we report the data quality of our screen-based systems. The aim is to help you adequately interpret specifications and understand eye tracker performance.
Tobii Pro and its client, British destination media owner Limited space, report on an eye-tracking study that mapped the behaviour of retail destination visitors, in order to evaluate the impact and effectiveness of different advertising formats in the retail space.
Previous research has shown that observing social interactions between others (“third-party interactions”) represents a crucial learning opportunity for typically developing infants. In her talk, Maleen Thiele presents two studies that investigate the processes of guiding infants to situations where they can observe interactions and factors promoting successful learning during observation.
Dr. Sheila Krogh-Jespersen’s developmental experience includes a focus on learning appropriate strategies for designing studies with young infants, specifically in the 0-1 year age range. In this presentation, she presents evidence showing the development of social competence as revealed from the combination of eye-tracking and behavioral studies.
Dr. Karen Pierce briefly reviews best practice tips for conducting pediatric eye tracking research. She also reviews her tracking research program aimed at discovering early diagnostic and prognostic markers of ASD as young as 12 months, thereby helping to facilitate early detection and treatment engagement.