Jean-Baptiste Keller

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We present here a head-mounted gaze tracking system for the study of visual behavior in unconstrained environments. The system is designed both for adults and for infants as young as 1 year of age. The system uses two CCD cameras to record a very wide field of view (96◦ × 96◦) that allows to study both central and peripheral vision. A small motor-driven(More)
The reflective-impulsive construct refers to responses made slowly or quickly in a situation with high uncertainty. Children who are labeled "reflective" take a longer time to respond and make few errors, whereas "impulsive" children are fast and inaccurate. Although the validity of the test and the definition of reflective-impulsive style are well(More)
Mean performance of 19 battered women was significantly lower than that of 9 control women on the Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery, the Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised, and the Quick Neurological Screening Test. 58% of the battered women scored in the impaired range on the Halstead-Reitan Impairment Index; and 53% scored in the impaired range on the(More)
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