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Eye Tracking Research Symposium

Autism Across the Human Lifespan

Webinar details

1 hour 15 minutes

English

Free

Webinar information

This webinar features three presentations from three esteemed researchers on the following topics:

  • Assessing language in preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder
  • Dual subject eye tracking during live interactive tasks and hyperscanning
  • Probing social motivation heterogeneity in young children

Event host and speakers

Event host: Katherine Martin

Sudha Arunachalam is an Associate Professor in Communicative Sciences and Disorders at New York University. She studied linguistics (B.A., Ph.D.) and psychology (M.A.) and has research interests in language acquisition and language processing in children with and without language and communication disorders.

J. Adam Noah, Ph.D., Associate Research Scientist, is a research faculty member of the Brain Function Laboratory at the Yale School of Medicine. Adam is experienced in computational systems as well as recording and analysis techniques related to multimodal imaging of functional near-infrared spectroscopy, eye tracking, electroencephalography, and their application to clinical and basic neuroscience research.

Trained as a behavioral neuroscientist in social, emotional and cognitive development, Barbara Thompson integrates clinical research and basic models to study affect in both typical and atypical neurodevelopment. She is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Pediatrics and Human Development College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University.