Eye Tracking for Psychology

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Investigate the behavioral, affective and cognitive processes that underlie attention, learning and memory.


Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry
Characterize disorders like phobias, schizophrenia and ADHD using eye movement metrics and distinctive gaze patterns.
Developmental Psychology
Understand how infants and young children express their interest for the world and interact with it.
Educational and Learning Sciences
Use eye tracking and physiological recordings to analyze students’ social, cognitive and affective skills and assess the efficacy of educational interventions.
Perception and Cognition
Study the spatio-temporal dynamics of perception and cognition underlying visual behavior and decision-making.
Scientific VR and Immersive Research
Study perception, orientation, decision-making and performance in fully controlled, immersive environments.
Social Psychology
Reveal the cognitive-attentional processes underlying face recognition, detection of social cues and social interactions.