Welcome to the Int'l Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS)
2014 pre-conference page!
What Infants See in the Real World:
Pre-Conference Meeting on Head-Mounted Eye Tracking
Wednesday 2nd July 2014, 5 – 8 pm
Salon 1 / Moscow, Maritim Hotel, Berlin, Germany
Unfortunately, registration (and the wait-list) is now closed. Thank you to everyone who expressed interest in this pre-conference!
Original website: infantstudies.org
Note: the pre-conference is now fully booked.
However, anyone still interested in attanding should email Hanna Mulder to be added to the waiting list.
Head-mounted eye tracking is a novel technique which can be used to study what infants see in the real world, as they explore their environment and engage in interactions with objects and people. This pre-conference meeting aims to bring together researchers working with head-mounted eye tracking and head cameras in infancy research, as well as researchers interested in learning about the methodology and application of these techniques. The meeting will consist of two sessions. The first session is focused on methods, data analysis, and theory. The second session is focused on the application of this methodology in different developmental domains, such as infant vision, and social, language, and motor development. The meeting is open to researchers working with head-mounted eye tracking and head cameras, as well as researchers who are interested in learning about the methodology and application of these tools.
(Department of Special Education, Utrecht University, the Netherlands)
(MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK)
|4:30 pm||Welcome Coffee|
|Part 1 - Methods, Data Analysis, and Theory|
|5:05 pm||Dr. John Franchak|
Measuring infants' visual exploration with
head-mounted eye tracking
|5:20 pm||Mr. Jason Babcock|
Positive Science, LLC - New York
Infant eye tracking at home (and work) + a new coding tool
|5:35 pm||Dr. Yukie Nagai|
Computational Methods to
Analyze the Dynamics of Infant-Caregiver Interaction
|5:50 pm||Dr. Karen Adolph|
New York University
Scoring and sharing video: Datavyu and Databrary
|6:20 pm||Coffee, Tea, Snacks|
|Part 2 - Research Topics in Vision, Language, Motor, and Social|
|6:40 pm||Dr. Chen Yu|
A multi-pathway mechanism of coordinated visual attention in
|6:55 pm||Dr. Linda Smith|
Analyzing infant-perspective scenes
|7:10 pm||Dr. Hanako Yoshida|
University of Houston
Exploring Early Language Exposure through the Child's Perspective
|7:25 pm||Dr. Kari Kretch|
New York University
Visual guidance of locomotion in infancy