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Clinical Measures and Eye Tracking

The area is for discussing eye movement measures used in clinical research and practise. 

Eye movements are increasingly relevant in clinical practise, and incresingly, eye movement measures are reported to provide markers in diverse clinical populations.

Clinically relevant eye movement measures often imply a greater focus on the dynamics of eye movements than the locus of gaze, and as such, the demands on the precision and sampling rate of the signal are often greater than in other application domains. In order to maximise on the efficacy of using eye movement measures for clinical research, either for diagnostic purposes or in order to trace changes in attention or neurological state with intervention, it is of critical importance that data quality constraints from various systems and calculations used are investigated. For this reason, this group is highly related to the eye data quality standardisation effort, and this forum is for discussion among researchers working with clinical populations, manufacturers of the systems they use, and any other interested members.

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