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.

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

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– I hope to share my findings soon – 

 

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