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Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD
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Eye Tracking Testing Dyslexia And ADHD

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Looking at how eye tracking can be used to study various conditions and give insight not gained before.

Looking at how eye tracking can be used to study various conditions and give insight not gained before.

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  • 1. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 1 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim What are we trying to do?
  • 2. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • Using Eye-Tracking we want to see, if there are differences in the visual patterns between children suffering from Dyslexia and/ or ADHD ( Attention- deficit/hyperactivity disorder and normal children.
    • Our questions:
    • How can we use Eye-Tracking to discover visual patterns in children
    • What stimuli could be interesting (reading, pictures etc.)
    2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 3. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • What Theories exist around Dyslexia and ADHD?
    • Little is known about those medical conditions. There are several theories, which identify different problems and causes.
    • Visual problems are one theory beside auditive and mental causes.
    3 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 4. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • Aim of the Study:
    • analysing visual patterns of children during visual tasks
    • analysing possible differences in visual behaviour between children with dyslexia, children with ADHD and normal children
    • help develop a pre-school dyslexia diagnosis lab test
    • help develop/optimise existing therapeutic approaches
    4 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 5. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • The experiment
    5 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 6. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • Setting:
    • 2 Pretests
    • Testing in occupational therapy center with 6 children (different diagnosis or strength of symptoms)
    • Testing in school with 10 children
    • Interviews with therapists and teachers
    6 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 7. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • The stimuli
    7 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 8. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • 1: Text
    • Different reading levels need to be considered
    • We used normal text, text with mistakes, text/words without sense, text with missing words
    8 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 9. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 9 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 10. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 10 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim The results with text stimulis: With Eye-Tracking we could see, that children who have problems with reading, have problems with reading.
  • 11. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • 1: Picture stimulis
    • In a second step we used stimulis that are used in diagnostics and therapy
    11 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 12. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 13. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 14. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 15. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • Some interesting findings:
    15 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 16. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • Julian,
    • Normal child, tested in school
    16 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 17. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 18. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • Amina,
    • Normal child, tested in school
    18 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 19. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 20. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • Marco
    • Suffers from dyslexia
    20 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 21. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 22. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • Saverio,
    • massive problems with reading
    22 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 23. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 24. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 24 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim Ailin, School. No problems.
  • 25. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 26. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 26 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim Madeleine, School. No problems.
  • 27. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 28. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 28 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim Laura, School. No problems.
  • 29. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 30. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 30 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim Marcel, Suffers from dyslexia.
  • 31. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 32. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 32 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim Marco, Suffers from dyslexia
  • 33. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 34. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 34 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim Saverio, Suffers from dyslexia
  • 35. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking 2 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 36. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • Problems
    36 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 37. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • Hight of children
    • activity of children
    • medication
    • nervousness
    37 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 38. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • What needs to be done
    38 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim
  • 39. Dyslexia, ADHD and Eye-Tracking
    • test more children from each category
    • Develop different stimuli
    • Include motoric test before eye-tracking
    • Include experimental setting with and without noise
    39 Dr. Anikar Haseloff, University of Hohenheim

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