- Status: Manuscript under revision
- 16 participating labs
- 125 toddlers tested remotely via webcam
In this multi-lab methodological project, we try to validate an open source, web-based, eye-tracking method for research on cognitive development in young children.
More specifically, we evaluate whether this method, which is based on WebGazer.js (Papoutsaki et al., 2016) and jsPsych (de Leeuw, 2015), is comparable to lab-based eye-tracking.
Therefore, we aim to replicate findings of an in-lab paradigm of the ManyBabies2 project, which revealed spontaneous goal-directed action anticipation in toddlers using commercial eye-tracking systems (Schuwerk, Kampis et al., 2021).
- Tobias Schuwerk, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany [email]
- Adrian Steffan, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany [email]
- Lucie Zimmer, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany [email]
- Manuscript has been submitted
- Notion site for contributors: check it out.
- Materials, Protocols, and Documentation: Google Drive.
- Pre-registration: OSF
- Listserv: join here or contact Tobias Schuwerk
- Slack: Please email any of the members of the leadership team to get a Join invitation
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- For a detailed index of collaborators (+ institutions, countries, studies), see the MB collaborator dashboard.
We encourage everyone who is interested in the project to contact the Project Leads (see above) or fill out the MB Sign-Up Form.
Please note that access to infants/infant lab is NOT a prerequisite.
Steffan, A.*, Zimmer, L.*, Arias-Trejo, N., Bohn, M., Dal Ben, R., Flores-Coronado, M. A., Franchin, L., Garbisch, I., Grosse Wiesmannm C., Hamlin, J. K., Havron, N., Hay, J. F., Hermansen, T. K., Jakobsen, K. V., Kalinke, S., Ko, E. S., Kulke, L., Mayor, J., Meristo, M., Moreau, D., Mun, S., Prein, J. C., Rakoczy, H., Rothmaler, K., Santos Oliveira, D., Simpson, E. A., Smith, E. S., Strid, K., Tebbe, A. L., Thiele, M., Yuen, F., & Schuwerk, T. (2023, January 23). Validation of an Open Source, Remote Web-based Eye-tracking Method (WebGazer) for Research in Early Childhood. PsyArXiv. (* co-first authors)