Symposium on uses of eye tracking research for individuals with disabilities — Presentation

Krista Wilkinson is chairing Symposium 14 on “The uses of eye tracking/pupillometry to enrich understanding of information and sensory processing in individuals with intellectual disabilities,” at the upcoming 45th Annual Gatlinburg Conference (March 7-9, 2012) in Annapolis, MD.  The Gatlinburg Conference is dedicated to research and theory to support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  

Krista is author of the first of the three papers featured in the symposium, titled “Eye tracking helps reveal mechanisms underlying facilitation of responses to visual communication displays by individuals with and without intellectual disabilities.”  The paper is co-authored by Penn State students Tara O’Neill, Jenn Nauss, and Jen Thistle, as well as William McIlvane of the UMMS-Shriver Center.

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