Eye-Tracking Research in Children With & Without Tourette Syndrome

Eye-Tracking Research in Children With & Without Tourette Syndrome

The aim of this study is to better understand the cognitive differences between children with and without Tourette Syndrome, using eye-tracking technology . It is our hope that our study leads to better treatments or coping strategies for children with Tourette Syndrome. This project is headed by Silvia Bunge, Ph.D., and being funded by the Tourette Syndrome Association (TSA). We are working in collaboration with UCSF pediatric neurologists Drs. Elysa Marco and Audrey Foster-Barber.

The session takes place in the Psychology Clinic at the UC Berkeley campus, and lasts between 1-3 hours. We compensate you for your time and travel within the Bay Area. Currently, we are looking for children between the ages of 7-14. To find out if this study would be a good fit for your child, please contact research coordinator Jordan Tharp: jtharp1@berkeley.edu.

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