Novel paradigms to measure variability of behavior in early childhood: posture, gaze, and pupil dilation

@inproceedings{Hepach2015NovelPT,
  title={Novel paradigms to measure variability of behavior in early childhood: posture, gaze, and pupil dilation},
  author={Robert Hepach and Amrisha Vaish and Michael Tomasello},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2015}
}
A central challenge of investigating the underlying mechanisms of and the individual differences in young children's behavior is the measurement of the internal physiological mechanism and the involved expressive emotions. Here, we illustrate two paradigms that assess concurrent indicators of both children's social perception as well as their emotional expression. In one set of studies, children view situations while their eye movements are mapped onto a live scene. In these studies, children's… CONTINUE READING

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