A Dynamic Systems Analysis of Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder - another amazing study, presented at the poster session of the SRCD 2017.Read more
We are very proud that the researchers used Mangold INTERACT for the emotion engagement coding scheme.
This study by Lauren B. Adamson, Roger Bakeman, Katharine Suma, and Diana L. Robins from the Georgia State University provides an unprecedented view of how toddlers react to and share speech, music, and environmental sounds.Read more
We proudly publish the poster of the intensive frame-by-frame analysis from Yonat Rum, Ditza A. Zachor and Esther Dromi about sibling interactions, which was presented on the SRCD 2017 in Austin.Read more
Teaching is a form of high-fidelity social learning that promotes human cumulative culture. Although recently documented in several nonhuman animals, teaching is rare among primates. In this study, we show that wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes troglodytes) in the Goualougo Triangle teach tool skills by providing learners with termite fishing probes.Read more
Recognizing that not all mothers at risk for depression engage in insensitive parenting, this study examined predictors of individual differences in sensitive parenting of infants by mothers with histories of depression, who are at elevated risk for depression during the perinatal period.Read more
An Exploratory Eye tracking study on Generation Y.Read more
Read this amazing study, presented on the 27th International Business Information Management Association Conference 2016 in Milano, Italy, which was carried out with the eye tracking solution MangoldVision.
With the use of software, psychological tests for kids will be easier and more accurately done.Read more
At the University of West Bohemian, Pilsen, Czech Republic, an intersting comparison of different e-shops was performed with MangoldVision. Daniela Vlková from the Faculty of Economics used eye tracking to demonstrate the advantages of this technology for the improvement of the tested e-shops.Read more