Do you have an interest in eye tracking and behavioural research?
Join esteemed speakers from Monash University at their (interdisciplinary) eye-tracking research interest group meeting on Friday 2 September, hosted by the Department of Marketing. The aim is to present and discuss current eye tracking research and help generate a research agenda.
Panel of Speakers (left to right):
- Dr Kristian Rotaru (Department of Accounting)
- Professor Kyle Murray (Department of Marketing)
- Dr Dominic Thomas (Department of Marketing)
The topic of discussion will be on how to make sense of pupil dilation data. Pupil dilations are proxy measures of arousal. This session will present and discuss issues encountered and exploratory findings from two projects that use pupil dilation data extracted from eye-tracking recordings.
Date: Friday, September 2
Venue: Monash University, Building S, Level 3, Ramler Room, 26 Sir John Monash Drive, Caulfield East 3145
To RSVP, please fill out this form by close of business, Thursday 1 September.
Please remember to sign the attendance list when you arrive at the event.
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