Social Gaze Eye Tracking

Research by Annika Paukner and colleagues (pictured) suggests that modeling different gestures to monkeys influences their preferences when viewing social images.

In an attempt to replicate this research we had parents model tongue poking (TP) or engage in general face-to-face interactions every day for two weeks, another group of parents received no instructions. We then measured infants viewing preferences of both social and non-social videos using eye-tracking equipment (pictured).


– I hope to share my findings soon –