Eye tracking explains development of infants’ abilities

Eye tracking is used in developmental psychology to explain infants' growth and transformation in cognitive, social and emotional abilities. At the Department of Psychology's Child and Baby Lab at Uppsala University in Sweden, Claes von Hofsten and his fellow researchers use eye tracking to measure development of infants' object representation and study the differences in social interactions in children with typical development and children with autism. 

Eye tracking in studies of infant object representation

Eye tracking in studies of infant control of action

Eye tracking in studies of children with autism