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  Article’s title Database found Author(s) Year Population Response Rate Independent variable Dependent variable Outcome/  Results Limitations
1 Using eye-tracking technology for communication in Rett Syndrome: perceptions of impact FIU Library Kelli Vessoyan,

Gill Steckle,

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Barb Easton,

Megan Nichols,

Victotia Mok Siu &

Janette McDougall

2018 6 families with a member diagnosed with Rett syndrome 6/6 Eye-tracking technology Parent’s perspective on the psychosocial impact of their child’s use of the technology and satisfaction with using the technology Eye-tracking may be perceived as a worthwhile and potentially satisfactory technology to support individuals with Rett Syndrome in communicating. First, goal rating was biased in favor of

Improvement due to the dual roles played by the therapists

In this study and their relationship with families. Second, differences in how the treating and non-treating therapists were able to rate the goals, given that

Non-treating therapists only viewed the videos.

1 Using eye-tracking technology for communication in Rett Syndrome: perceptions of impact FIU Library Kelli Vessoyan,

Gill Steckle,

Barb Easton,

Megan Nichols,

Victotia Mok Siu &

Janette McDougall

2018 4 individuals with Rett Syndrome   Eye-tracking technology Communication


2 A history of eye gaze tracking FIU Library – HAL Archives Abdallahi Ould Mohamed,

Matthieu Perreira da Silva, &

Vincent Courboulay

2007         There is no

Existing approach that adapts the game evolution to the players behaviour,

Captured via a gaze tracking system.

3 A Review and Analysis of Eye-Gaze Estimation

Systems, Algorithms and Performance Evaluation

Methods in Consumer Platforms

FIU Library – The Multidisciplinary Open Access Journal [IEEE Access] ANURADHA KAR &


2017         In the presence of distortions such as head movement and user distance, practical

System performance may differ significantly from expected

Values and eye gaze may lose its applicability in different

Consumer use cases.

4 Assessment with children who need augmentative and alternative communication (AAC): Clinical decisions of AAC specialists FIU Library – Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools Shelley K. Lund,

Wendy Quach,

Kristy Weissling,

Miechelle McKelvey, &

Aimee Dietz

2017 8 – AAC research or clinical specialists 8/8 Area of

Assessment, method of assessment, evaluation preparation,

And parent education

Provision of care to children who need augmentative

And alternative communication

Some aspects of

AAC assessment are universal.

The results of this study are based upon a small

Number of participants

5 Augmentative and alternative communication: Knowledge and skills for service delivery American Speech-Language Hearing Association American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 2002            
6 Cerebral Palsy and eye-gaze technology. Interaction, perspective and usability. A review FIU Library – Acta Medica Transilvanica Remus Nerisanu,

Raluca-Andreea Nerisanu,

Ionela Maniu, &

Bogdan Neamtu

2017 30 articles   Assistive technology on cerebral palsy patients, grade of integration, easing caregiver’s dedication, devotion of training, and companionship Level of abandonment Primordial eye-gaze interaction initiated the idea of

Infrared eye-trackers for better solutions in the field of communication, personal interaction with others,

Personal development and even employment.

7 Communication intervention to teach requesting through aided AAC for two learners with Rett Syndrome FIU Library – Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities Jessica Simacek,

Joe Reichle, &

Jennifer J. McComas

2015 2 females diagnosed with typical or atypical Rett


2/2 Intervention package – graphic mode, aided communication system Teaching multiple,

Aided communication requests for persons with Rett Syndrome

The findings suggest

Implications related to emerging evidence on the intervention methods to teach

Requesting skills to this population, and future research directions for communication intervention options for persons with severe communication impairment

And limited motor repertoires.

First, relying on idiosyncratic behaviors as a sole communicative means is a potential limitation.  Second, there was a significant amount of overall variability throughout the study. Third,

The laser prompt was not faded for the last request. Fourth, the stimulus prompts were

Not faded for any of the requests.

8 Eye gaze technology as a form of augmentative and alternative communication for individuals with Rett Syndrome: Experiences of families in the Netherlands FIU Library – Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities Gillian S. Townend,

Peter B. Marschik,

Eric Smeets,

Raymond van de Berg,

Mariëlle van den Berg, &

Leopold M.G. Curfs

2015 190 families on the mailing list of the Nederland’s Rett

Syndroom Vereniging

67/190 Eye gaze


Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) for

Individuals with Rett Syndrome

Higher levels of training and support should be part

Of the ‘package’ when an eye gaze system is provided.

A small population, with a limited response


9 Eye-gaze control technology as early intervention for a non-verbal young child with high spinal cord injury: A case report FIU Library – MDPI Technologies Helena Hemmingsson,

Gunnar Ahlsten,

Helena Wandin,

Patrik Rytterström, &

Maria Borgestig

2018 1 1/1 Assistive technology Early intervention for a young child with high spinal cord injury without the ability

To make sounds.

Eye-gaze performance and frequency of use

Of eye-gaze control technology increased over time

Field observations were only performed at

The end of the study, resulting in limited material for describing children’s use in everyday life, as well

As their independence in computer use and social interaction with family at the earliest ages.

10 Eye- gaze control technology for children, adolescents and adults with Cerebral Palsy with significant physical disability: Findings from a systematic review FIU Library – Developmental Neurorehabilitation Petra Karlsson,

Abigail Allsop,

Betty-Jean Dee-Price &

Margaret Wallen

2017 756 articles 2/756 Eye-gaze

Control technology

Communication across different social contexts for people with

Cerebral palsy and significant physical disability

Eye-gaze control technology helped achieve communication goals and resulted in greater quality of life and less depression for adults

with late stage amyotrophic lateral sclerosis when compared to non-users

This review identified only two low level studies for inclusion

In this review out of 756 articles.

11 Eye-gaze tracking system by Haar Cascade Classifier FIU Library – The Multidisciplinary Open Access Journal [IEEE Access] Yunyang Li,

Xin Xu,

Nan Mu, &

Li Chen

2016 2 2/2 Eye gaze tracking system Fixations towards the most interesting points in an image Pupil localization technique can achieve better

Predictive accuracy.

A small population
12 Watch It Wednesday: Eye gaze research FIU Library – Carole Zangari 2014            
13 What we write about when we write about AAC: The past 30 years of research and future directions FIU Library – Augmentative and Alternative Communication David McNaughton &

Janice Light

2015 230 articles       There is need for reports of interventions with older individuals with complex

Communication needs as a result of acquired disabilities, and for information on effective interventions

For the communication partners of persons with complex communication needs.

14 Eye gaze performance for children with severe physical impairments using gaze-based assistive technology—A longitudinal study FIU Library – Assistive Technology Maria Borgestig,

Jan Sandqvist,

Richard Parsons,

Torbjörn Falkmer, &

Helena Hemmingsson

2015 10 children with cerebral palsy or cervical spinal

cord injury (aged 1-15 years)

10/10 Gaze-based assistive technology Opportunities for communication and activities for children affected by

Severe physical impairments

Children with severe physical impairments, who are

Unable to speak, can improve in eye gaze performance

The results of this study need to

Be interpreted with caution due to the limited number of

Children included

15 Gaze-controlled communication technology for children with severe multiple disabilities: Parents and professionals’ perception of gains, obstacles, and prerequisites   Eva Holmqyist, Gunilla Thunberg & Marie Peny Dahlstrand 2017            
16 Gaze-based assistive technology in daily activities in children with severe physical impairments-An intervention study   Maria Borgestig, Jan Sandqvist, Gunnar Ahlsten, Torbjörn Falkmer & Helena Hemmingsson 2016            
17 A review and analysis of Eye-Gaze estimation systems, algorithms and performance evaluation methods in consumer platforms   Anuradha Kar and Peter Corcoran 2017            
18 Anxiety symptoms and children’s eye gaze during fear learning   Kalina J. Michalska, Laura Machlin, Elizabeth Moroney, Daniel S. Lowet, John M. Hettema, Roxann Roberson-Nay, Bruno B. Averbeck, Melissa A. Brotman, Eric E. Nelson, Ellen Leibenluft, and Daniel S. Pine 2017            
19 Brief Report: Using a Point-of-View Camera to measure eye gaze in young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder during naturalistic social interactions: a pilot study   Sarah R. Edmunds, Agata Rozga, Yin Li, Elizabeth A. Karp, Lisa V. Ibanez, James M. Rehg, and Wendy L. Stone 2017            
20 Using computer-assisted instruction to increase the eye gaze of children with autism   Neal Miller, Jennifer Wyatt, Laura Baylot Casey, and J. Brian Smith 2017            
21 Eyes on communication: trialling eye-gaze control technology in young children with dyskinetic cerebral palsy   Petra Karlsson, Anna Bech, Helen Stone, Cecily Vale, Suzan Griffin, Elegast Monbaliu & Margaret Wallen 2018            
22 The human right to communicate and our need to listen: Learning from people with a history of childhood communication disorder   Jane McCormack, Elise Baker & Kathryn Crowe 2017            
23 A systematic review investigating outcome measures and uptake barriers when children and youth with complex disabilities use eye gaze assistive technology   Erin Perfect, Elizabeth Hoskin, Samantha Noyek, & T. Claire Davies 2019            
24 The role of eye gaze during natural social interactions in typical and autistic people   Roser Cañigueral and Antonia F. de C. Hamilton 2019            



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