We have just published some exciting new research demonstrating that individual infants have distinct and stable eye movement patterns, and that these patterns are related to how they learn about visual objects. Check it out here! https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3425/10/9/605
Figure 1: Conditions included in the Infant Orienting With Attention (IOWA) task. Some conditions include helpful spatial cues (e.g, valid trials), and some include distracting cues (e.g., invalid trials). Developmental changes in the way infants orient to the targets across these different conditions reveals much about the way the brain functions.