Division of Psychiatry

The Eye-Tracking Study: using eye movements to diagnose psychiatric disorders

We invite you to take part in a research study of eye movements and psychiatric disorders.


We want to examine eye-tracking patterns in people with a variety of mental health disorders, as well as unaffected control subjects. We want to find out if eye movement patterns can help to diagnose psychiatric disorders.

About the Eye Tracking Study

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This research aims to identify eye movement patterns that may help diagnose major mental illnesses.

What does participation involve?

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Details of what participation in the eye-tracking study will involve.

Find out more about taking part

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Find answers to your questions before you decide whether to take part in the study.

Contact & travel information

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If you would like to learn more about the study and/or consider taking part, please contact a member of the research team.

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