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F69 Interactive Eye Gaze

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Interactive Eye Gaze
Dates of Event
12th February 2018 – 13th February 2018
Last Booking Date for this Event
8th February 2018

Interactive Eye Gaze is a two-day event aiming to bring together researchers from different backgrounds to discuss novel theoretical and methodological frameworks that can channel the complexity of the dual function of eye gaze in the real world into a coherent approach. We hope that this discussion will outline clear directions for future research and help advance cognitive theories of human social interactions.


February 12th, 2018 - Interactive Eye Gaze: A Window to Typical and Atypical Social Behaviours

This conference day will give an overview of state-of-the-art research on social attention and interactive eye gaze. With a diverse group of speakers, this conference will explore how both seeing (encoding) and being seen (signalling) can influence social cognition in adults with and without autism spectrum conditions, with an emphasis on how social attention differs between the lab and the real world.


February 13th, 2018 - Interactive Eye Gaze: Methodological Advances from the Lab to the Real World

This methods workshop day is specifically aimed at postgraduate students and early career researchers coming from a variety of backgrounds but with a common strong interest on social eye gaze. During this workshop, experts in the field of interactive eye gaze will discuss the utility and challenges of novel eye-tracking methods targeting the signalling function of eye gaze. Attendees will learn about advanced methods to design experiments that capture the signalling function of gaze, as well as techniques to analyse complex datasets generated by interactive eye-tracking.


Please, note that you can choose to attend one or two days.


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