Alexandra Wolf, Special Postdoctoral Researcher of the Cognitive Behavioral Assistive Technology Team at RIKEN AIP has published a research paper titled “Eye-tracking paradigms for the assessment of mild cognitive impairment: a systematic review” in Frontiers, a peer-reviewed scientific journal.
Alexandra Wolf（RIKEN AIP/ Kyushu University）
Kornkanok Tripanpitak（RIKEN AIP）
Satoshi Umeda (Keio University)
Mihoko Otake-Matsuura（RIKEN AIP）
This work extensively examines eye movements in older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), carefully analyzing both saccadic and exploratory impairments. The authors identify specific eye-movement patterns that show promise in distinguishing between patients with MCI and cognitively healthy elderly individuals.Reported findings highlight the impressive potential of eye-tracking technology in providing meaningful and objective measures for diagnosing MCI. This innovative approach aims to fast-track the development of advanced early detection methods, ultimately improving the lives of those at risk of Alzheimer’s Disease.
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