Eye tracking: A brief guide for developmental researchers

  • Fengs G
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Eye tracking offers a powerful research tool for developmental scientists. In this brief article, the author introduces the methodology and issues associated with its applications in developmental research, beginning with an overview of eye movements and eye-tracking technologies, followed by examples of how it is used to study the developing mind and discussions of the eye-mind relationship. The author also addresses a number of practical issues involved in starting eye-tracking research and provides resources for further reading.

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  • Gary Fengs

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