June 2020

Liu, Edmunds, Burris & Appelbaum

International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport

RightEye tests predict discipline at the plate for Major League Baseball athletes.

May 2020

Kubitz, Roberts, Hunfalvay, Murray

Journal of Sports and Performance Vision

Shows differences between Major League Baseball, amateur prospects and non-athletes in visual speed of gaze.

January 2020

Hunfalvay, Barclay, Kelly, Roberts, Murray, Tyagi, Carrick


Examines vertical smooth pursuit test to screen patients with mTBI compared with age matched controls.

December 2019

Murray, Kubitz, Roberts, Hunfalvay, Bolte, Tyagi

Vision Development and Rehabilitation (COVD)

This article discusses reliability and normative data across many of the RightEye tests.

July 2019

Hunfalvay, Roberts, Murray, Tyagi, Kelly, Bolte


Examines using eye tracking tests to measure horizontal and vertical saccades as a marker of damage to neural circuits associated with TBI.

October 2018

Hunfalvay, Kubitz, Murray, Tibbert, Bolte

Optometry and Visual Performance

Examines if differences occur in Interpupillary Distance (IPD) and Pupil Diameter (PD) between professional baseball players and non-athletes.

October 2018

Hunfalvay, Murray

Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly

Examination if prior biped tennis playing experience results in different visual search strategies for wheelchair tennis athletes.

July 2018

Lange, Hunfalvay, Murray, Roberts, Bolte

Optometry and Visual Performance

Examination of visual and motor reaction time in athletes, non-athletes and those with concussion.

March 2018

Byrom, McCarthy, Scheueler, Muehlhausen

Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics

RightEye technology cited in providing reliable estimates of eye-tracking parameters.

Feb 2018


Optometry and Visual Performance

This opinion piece discusses the use of eye tracking in clinical practice, including benefits of such technology.

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).

Dec 2017

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.

July 2017

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


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

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

Murray, Hunfalvay, Roberts, Lange

Vision Development and Rehabilitation (COVD)

RightEye DVA tests demonstrate strong reliability results

June 2016

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

Murray, Hunfalvay

Journal of Sports Sciences

Eye-tracking research used to assess levels of performance with novel statistical analysis.

Conference Presentations



Association of Brain Injury (ABI).

Explains how oculomotor behavior, specifically saccades, pursuits and fixations change with mTBI versus aged matched controls.


Kubitz, Roberts, Hunfalvay, Murray

North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity

Major League Baseball players have faster eye movements in down and horizontal gaze directions compared with amateur prospects. There are not differences in upward gaze.


Bolte, Kubitz, Roberts, Hunfalvay, Tyagi, Murray

North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity

85% of the metrics examining oculomotor behavior show acceptable or higher reliability. Clustering analysis distinguished 5 distinct age groups.


Hunfalvay, Murray, Tyagi, Denham, Biberdorf, Wegge

Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA)

New eye tracking technology, such as RightEye, offers an objective, reliable and quantifiable way of differentiating between individuals with different severities of TBI, and those without a TBI.


Edmunds, Liu, Appelbaum

American Academy of Optometry (AAO)

Shows how better visual abilities predict O-Swing and Z-Swing propensity.




Hunfalvay, Murray, Tyagi, Whittaker, Noel

Examines oculomotor training exercises for poor smooth pursuit eye movements. Includes neurobehavioral symptoms pre and post treatment.


Hunfalvay, Barclay, Roberts, Murray, Tyagi, Carrick

Examines the Brain Health EyeQ Score as a tool to screen pediatric patients with mTBI compared with age matched controls


Hunfalvay, Murray, Tyagi, Whittaker, Noel

Examines oculomotor training exercises for poor saccadic eye movements. Includes neurobehavioral symptoms pre and post treatment.


Hunfalvay, Murray, Kelly, Roberts, Carrick.

Examines fixation stability in pediatric patients with mTBI versus age matched controls.