Atypical gaze patterns in children and adults with autism spectrum disorders dissociated from developmental changes in gaze behaviour

@inproceedings{Nakano2010AtypicalGP,
  title={Atypical gaze patterns in children and adults with autism spectrum disorders dissociated from developmental changes in gaze behaviour},
  author={Tamami Nakano and Kyoko Tanaka and Yuuki Endo and Yui Yamane and Takahiro Yamamoto and Yoshiaki Nakano and Haruhisa Ohta and Nobumasa Kato and S. Kitazawa},
  booktitle={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2010}
}
Eye tracking has been used to investigate gaze behaviours in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, traditional analysis has yet to find behavioural characteristics shared by both children and adults with ASD. To distinguish core ASD gaze behaviours from those that change with development, we examined temporo-spatial gaze patterns in children and adults with and without ASD while they viewed video clips. We summarized the gaze patterns of 104 participants using… CONTINUE READING

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