Abstract

Gredebäck, G., Johnson, S., von Hofsten, C. (2010) Eye Tracking in Infancy Research Developmental Neuropsychology. 35(1), 1-9.



The current review offers a unique introduction to the use of corneal reflection eye tracking in infancy research. We provide a detailed description of how to calibrate, collect, and analyze infants’ gaze in a series of experimental paradigms, focusing specifically on the analysis of visual tracking, point of gaze, and the latency of gaze shifts (prediction and reactive gaze shifts). The article ends with a critical discussion about the pros and cons of corneal reflection eye tracking.