What Eye Movement Behavior Can and Cannot Tell Us About Human Behavior
The direction, duration, and distance that our eyes move can reveal hidden information about human behavior and cognitive processing. Measuring these eye movement behaviors with advanced eye tracking technology has increased our understanding of psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, marketing, and many other fields. In this session, you will learn about eye movement behavior, eye tracking technology, what eye movements can tell us about human behavior, and the limits of drawing conclusions from eye movement behavior. You will have the opportunity to have your own eye movements tracked with an EyeLink 1000 Plus eye tracker, and we will analyze your eye movement pattern.
This class will take place on Stetson University's DeLand campus and will be limited to 10 students because of the amazing technology involved. Masks are required. Safer Stetson evaluates the safety of on campus programs during the pandemic; if safety demands, we will cancel the class and issue refunds.
About the Instructor
Dr. Eskenazi completed his doctoral degree in experimental psychology at Kent State University. As an undergraduate, he was educated in the liberal arts tradition while majoring in psychology and Spanish. He enjoys working closely with students in his reading and eye-tracking lab and mentoring senior research projects.
Appropriate for Grades 7-12
This class takes place on the Stetson University Deland campus.
Date: April 9, 2022
Time: NOON - 3:00 PM
Stetson community discount and scholarships available for those in financial need
Payment in full is required at the time of registration to reserve your seat in this class. Payments can be made online or over the phone. For more information, please contact the Office of Continuing Education and Outreach at
386-822-7500 or [email protected]