Thursday, 14 June 2018

Language Perception in Children with Neurodevelopmental Delays can be assessed by Tracking Eye Movement

Language perception in children with normal development and those with neurodevelopmental delay can be assessed by a viable approach called Eye Movement Tracking.

Evaluation of neurodevelopmental delay during infancy can be challenging, particularly in children with significant motor delays- such as those with cerebral palsy- which often are associated with a difficulty in speaking. This type of evaluation was conducted by researchers to find new ways. Eye tracking is the only method in human behavior research rendering it possible to objectively measure and quantify eye movements in real time and has become a non-intrusive, affordable, and eay-to-use tool in human behavior research that allows measuring visual attention as it objectively monitors where, and what people look at.

Eye tracking refers to the measurement of eye-activity and scientifically implies the recording of eye- position and movement on a 2D screen or in 3D environments based on the optical tracking of corneal reflections to assess visual attention.Two different types of eye tracking devices include Screen- based eye trackers and eye tracking glasses.

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