How Babies Learn Language, According to Eye Gaze Studies

How Babies Learn Language, According to Eye Gaze Studies

Researchers are using eye tracking studies to reveal the way infants learn. The social interactions of babies contributes to their ability to learn language, according to a study by the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences at the University of Washington....
Eye Gaze Gives Olympic Athletes a Competitive Edge

Eye Gaze Gives Olympic Athletes a Competitive Edge

If you were flying through the air at high speeds, and at great heights, where would you look? How would you prepare – within split seconds – a landing that will not only put points on the board and maybe a medal around your neck — but also will keep you from...
Hot topics: Voice Banking—What is it?

Hot topics: Voice Banking—What is it?

A current hot topic in the assistive technology arena is voice banking. Voice banking is the process of digitally saving your voice for future use on a speech generating device (SGD). Individuals who may lose their voice due to motor neuron disease or ALS can consider...