Publications

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Jan 2018
Applied Psychophysiology: Using Biofeedback, Neurofeedback, and Visual Feedback
Smith, Hunfalvay, Herzog, Beauchamp
Assessment in Applied Sport Psychology
Visual assessment benefits and tools using eye-tracking in performance (textbook chapter).
July 2017
The Reliability, Validity, and Normative Data of Interpupillary Distance and Pupil Diameter Using Eye-Tracking Technology
Murray, Hunfalvay, Bolte

Translational Vision Science and Technology (TVST)
This study determined the reliability of interpupillary distance (IPD) and pupil diameter (PD) measures using an infrared eye tracker.
June 2017

Lingering Binocular Vision Issues after a Suspected Concussion: A Case Study
Hunfalvay
Translational Biomedicine
This case study examines clinical assessments and eye tracking to monitor patient change over time after extensive vision therapy from a suspected concussion.
April 2017
Evaluation of Stereo Acuity in Professional Baseball and LPGA Athletes Compared to Non-Athletes
Hunfalvay, Orr,
Murray, Roberts
Vision Development and Rehabilitation (COVD)
RightEye fine depth perception tests demonstrate reliability and validity. Differences are found between athletes and non-athletes.
April 2017
Reliability and Normative Data of Computerized Dynamic Visual Acuity Tests
Murray, Hunfalvay, Roberts, Lange
Vision Development and Rehabilitation (COVD)
RightEye DVA tests demonstrate strong reliability results
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June 2016
Wearing Eye Tracking Technology during Batting Practice: Assessing the Experiences of Professional Baseball Athletes
Roberts, Tabano, Hunfalvay
International Journal of Sports Science
Examines the use of eye-tracking technology in practice and reaction of the technology by athletes.
March 2016
A Comparison of Visual Search Strategies of Elite and Non-Elite Tennis Players Through Cluster Analysis

Murray, Hunfalvay
Journal of Sports Sciences
Eye-tracking research used to assess levels of performance with novel statistical analysis.
April 2015
Eye-tracking Reveals Abnormal Visual Preference for Geometric Images as an Early Biomarker for Autism
Pierce, Marinero, Hazin, McKenna, Barnes, Malige
Biological Psychiatry
Foundational science for RightEye GeoPref Autism
Jan 2011
Preference for Geometric Patterns Early in Life as a Risk Factor for Autism
Pierce, Conant, Hazin, Stoner, Desmond
Arch Gen Psychiatry/
Vol 68
Research reveals that at-risk toddlers demonstrate a preference for dynamic geometric images.

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Jan 2018
The Effect of Prior Tennis Experience on Wheelchair Tennis Players’ Visual Search
Hunfalvay, Murray
Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly
Examination if prior biped tennis playing experience results in different visual search strategies for wheelchair tennis athletes.
Jan 2018
Eye Tracking Technology for Clinical Practice: Benefits, Limitations, and Considerations
Hunfalvay
Optometry and Visual Performance
This opinion piece discusses the use of eye tracking in clinical practice, including benefits of such technology.
Dec 2017
An Exploration of Shifts in Visual Fixation Prior to the Execution of Baseball Batting: Evidence for 11 Oculomotor Warm Up, Attentional Processes or Pre-Performance Routines?
Hunfalvay, Roberts, Ryan, Murray, Tabano, Martin
International Journal of Sport Sciences
Results suggest that athletes exhibit multiple dynamic shifts in visual fixation prior to the onset of pitcher's action. A significant positive relationship was found between the number of shifts in visual fixations and batting average.