Eye tracking

I use wearable (or head-mounted) eye tracking in my research and have experience with infant, child, and adult participants. 

Wearable eye trackers are a powerful tool that enable researchers to capture the first-person view of a participant and record their gaze (and often audio recordings and more). I use eye trackers to study real-time attention to objects, social partners, and the environment. 

While working with Chen Yu, I led workshops and trainings for collaborating labs to discuss best practices for data collection, data processing (like calibrating videos and coding visual attention), and how to visualize and analyze eye tracking data. I'm always happy to talk about using eye trackers in developmental research. Please do not hesitate to reach out!