CAT Lab Researchers Build Mobile Eye Tracker

Image credit: Lauren Ingram

Image credit: Lauren Ingram

Dr. Pérez-Edgar and Phil Galinsky were interviewed about their work building a mobile eye tracker. Traditional eye tracking requires a research participant to remain seated in a single position; however, this new technology allows participants to move while data about eye movement is collected. The CAT Lab intends to utilize this technology to better understand how children engage with their social world. 

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