Study reveals the how the brain maintains attention on an object while the eyes make rapid, voluntary movements. The findings could open the door to developing new treatments for a number of neurological disorders.
An eye tracking technique that measures small involuntary eye movements may provide a new method for monitoring temporal expectations in people with ADHD, a new study reports.
A simple eye test may be a useful tool in helping to diagnose ASD, a new study reports. Researchers measured eye movement in those on the autism spectrum and found they continually missed a specific target. The researchers suggest sensory motor control in the cerebellum that is usually responsible for eye control could be impaired in those with ASD.