Motohiro Isaki
   Department   Kumamoto Health Science University  Division of Speech-Language-HearingTherapy, Faculty of Health Science
   Kumamoto Health Science University Graduate School  Division of Health Sciences, Graduate School of Health Sciences
   Position   Associate Professor
Date 2015/09
Presentation Theme Eye movements during dyadic interactions among very low birth weight children.
Conference 17th European Conference on Developmental Psychology.
Conference Type International
Presentation Type Poster
Contribution Type Collaborative
Venue Braga, Portugal
Publisher and common publisher Motohiro Isaki, Tadahiro Kanazawa, Jiro Kamada, Toshihiko Hinobayashi, Hiroyuki Kitajima
Details Aim: 1.We tried to reveal the differences in the gaze patterns between school aged VLBW children and normal birth weight (NBW) children. 2. We tried to investigate the associations between the gaze behavior and attention regulation.
Results: 1. The eye movement patterns of VLBW group were significantly differed from those of NBW group.
Post hoc analysis revealed that VLBW group looked in shorter duration on eyes than NBW group did. 2. The eye movement patterns during answering phase were not significantly different between VLBW and NBW.