Оценка нарушений социального внимания у детей с расстройствами аутистического спектра методом айтрекинга

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Дворянинова В.В., Белова А.Н., Кузнецов А.Н., Борзиков В.В., Воловик М.Г., Воробьева О.В. Оценка нарушений социального внимания у детей с расстройствами аутистического спектра методом айтрекинга // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2020. №4. С. 85-94.

Аннотация

В научном обзоре с целью ознакомления специалистов с возможностями использования айтрекинга в выявлении и количественной оценке нарушений социального внимания в процессе диагностики расстройств аутистического спектра рассматриваются данные современных научных публикаций, касающихся теоретических основ использования метода, и основные имеющиеся на данный момент результаты айтрекинг-исследований у детей и взрослых с аутизмом. Айтрекинг даёт возможность оценивать в эксперименте уровень внимания человека к объектам социального характера, исследовать стратегии визуального мониторирования предъявляемых изображений и может стать вспомогательным инструментом ранней диагностики расстройств аутистического спектра и оценки эффективности абилитации лиц с такими нарушениями.

Ключевые слова расстройства аутистического спектра; аутизм; айтрекинг; социальное внимание

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