Eye tracking is used in different fields of psychology and neuroscience to understand how and why eye movements are made and how we gather information with our eyes. It is used in various psychology and neuroscience fields to understand how and why eye movements are made and how we gather information visually.
Cognitive Psychology Eye tracking is used as a tool to study cognitive processes that affect behavior such as attention, memory, perception, language, and more. Understanding cognitive processesEye tracking is an unobtrusive method to gain deeper understanding of cognitive processes, such as problRead More
Neuroscience Eye tracking is time efficient and cost-effective, as well as unobtrusive, compared with other neurological methods, like fMRI. More researchers are using our eye trackers to investigate the development of brain damage, neurological disease, in addition to visual and neurological functRead More
Social Psychology Eye tracking is used in social psychology to measure how human behavior is influenced by social context. Eye tracking in social psychology Revealing a subject's pattern of attention in social situations helps researchers understand the impact of visual impact on thoughts and behRead More
Vusal Perception Eye tracking is an established technique to study the nature of eye movements in how humans perceive, interpret, and operate in their environment. Perfect for a variety of fields Eye tracking is an effective tool to study different aspects of visual perception: - Understanding eRead More
Primate and Canine
Primate and Canine Eye tracking is used by leading institutes in the fields of primate and canine research to study cognitive ability, comparative social cues, and behavioral neuroscience/ecology. Eye tracking in primates and canines offers another tool to record aspects of animal perception,Read More