Evaluation of an Eye-Movement Recording Technique in a Population of Autistic Children

Upper Elementary School

Summary of Findings:

The purpose of this study was to evaluate Taylor Associates' Visagraph II for recording fixations and saccades in autistic children.

The study suggested that this technique has clinical value for evaluating eye-movement skills in a population of autistic children. Guidelines are provided to assist the clinician in interpreting the results and integrating them with data from other members of the interdisciplinary team.

“The study suggested that this technique has clinical value for evaluating eye-movement skills in a population of autistic children.”

Journal of Optometry and Vision Science

Study Profile

Type of Study: Assessment Evaluation

Measure: Visagraph

Publication: Optometry and Vision Science, 74, poster 27, 1997

Authors: Darrel G. Schlange, Janice E. Scharre, and Brian Caden