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BPS Developmental section workshop: Eye tracking in children and infants
Wed 24 May 2017, 10:00 – 16:00 BST
This fantastic workshop will focus on eye-tracking for children and infants. It will be delivered by Dr Sue Fletcher-Watson and Dr Hugh Rabagliati (both University of Edinburgh) and will include practical sessions about conducting eye-tracking with a young population, as well as analysing data. In addition, attendees will be able to discuss their own research plans with the team and get practical advice in terms of research design and advice for working with what can be a challenging population!
This workshop is suitable for all, regardless of stage of career. From those who are looking for support with analysing their eye-tracking data, to those who are just starting to think about using eye-tracking in their research, or who think they may use it in the future. Attendees will be grouped by experience (e.g. beginner, intermediate) to ensure tailored support.
This event is open to all but is free to attend for BPS members. Places are limited and members of the Developmental section of the BPS will receive priority booking.
Student membership of the Developmental section is currently £5. Please follow this link if you would like to join: http://www.bps.org.uk/networks-and-communities/member-microsite/developmental-psychology-section
Funds are available to cover travel for a number of post-graduate student members of the Developmental section. If you would like to apply, please detail when you register.
This workshop is funded by the British Psychological Society (BPS) Research Board Section Initiative scheme and organised by the Developmental section of the BPS. Support is also gratefully received from the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences at the University of Edinburgh.