Early Patterns of Eye Gaze and Brain Connectivity


Initiate Developmental Cascades in Visual Cognitive Function

Frontiers in Neuroscience, April 2016

During every examination, we test a patient’s ability to track a moving object. For most patients, even very young patients, this is easy and natural to the extent that it may seem silly. But for other patients, we see wide variations in behavior usually without them realizing that they are having difficulty keeping their eyes on the target. Continue reading