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Eye Tracking: Neuropsychiatry | Goldsmiths University

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Research into the oculomotor abnormalities associated with neurological and psychiatric disorders has a long history. Focusing on a range of tasks assessing basic oculomotor control, this advanced workshop will provide you with a range of practical skills, both in the implementation and interpretation of tasks such as prosaccade, antisaccade, smooth pursuit and fixation stability, using SR Research EyeLink eye trackers.

From decreased volitional saccade amplitude in Parkinson’s disease, to abnormal scan paths when looking at faces in patients with schizophrenia, researchers have used eye tracking technology to better understand the neurophysiological and neurocognitive bases of a wide range of neurological, psychiatric and psychological disorders. In this advanced EyeLink Workshop, you will discover the wide range of eye tracking techniques that have been used to explore oculomotor dysfunction in neuropsychiatric research.


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