Using EEG, Head-Mounted Eye Tracking, Motion Tracking, and Video to Study Human Development

Ori Ossmy & Karen Adolph
Here we describe an innovative, integrative protocol that addresses the challenges of simultaneously using four recording technologies (EEG, head-mounted eye tracking, motion tracking, and video) to assess the neurophysiological factors underlying goal-directed behavior. This protocol is used successfully with adults and preschool-aged children and can be used in conjunction with any manual or locomotor task. To illustrate, we provide an example of a study on problem solving with a manual tool use task. The EEG...
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