Seeing it Differently: Perspectives from Eye-Tracking Studies of Autism
Objectives and Disclosures
- Contrast group differences in visual social attention at different developmental stages of life in individuals later diagnosed with ASD
- Criticize simple statements regarding visual attention in individuals with ASD based on knowledge of how gaze patterns may index meaningful behavioral and biological heterogeneity
- Evaluate the potential of next generation diagnostic and therapeutic applications of eye tracking technologies for individuals with ASD
Planners disclose they have no relevant financial relationships. Speaker discloses: reference to the off label use of RG7713, Hoffman La Roche (pub in Neuropsychopharmacology, research findings only); received grant/research support from Hoffman LaRoche and Janssen.
All relevant financial relationships have been mitigated.
Frederick Shic, PhD
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