A new study reports older adults exhibit greater eye movements, but this does not correlate with an increase in brain activity patterns. Researchers say, while the eyes and brain are taking in environmental information, the link to creating memories of what is seen weakens over a life time.
A new eye tracking study reveals skilled musicians only read musical notes slightly faster than novices, but during that time, professional musicians are able to add flourish and play around with the music, interpreting it in their own manner.
Study confirms infants can detect differences in power between individuals and expect those differences to endure over time. Researchers say, at 21 months old, a child can distinguish between respect based power asserted by a leader and fear based power asserted by bullies.
A new study reports older people are less likely to recognize they have made errors than younger people.
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Researchers have developed a new deep learning algorithm that can reveal your personality type, based on the Big Five personality trait model, by simply tracking eye movements.
A new study reveals the brain utilizes eye movements to help recall vivid memories of past experiences.