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Eye Tracking: Psycholinguistics | Goldsmiths University

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Researchers have used eye tracking technology to inform their understanding of how people read and process language for decades. Psycholinguists have been pioneers in the development of eye tracking technology, methodology, and techniques for analysing eye movement data. In this advanced workshop EyeLink users will learn how to record accurate data during reading and comprehension tasks, create a range of common tasks in Experiment Builder, and analyse reading/visual world data in Data Viewer.

This course will describe the dominant eye tracking paradigms used by researchers interested in reading and spoken language comprehension. We will cover how to use Experiment Builder to program standard sentence reading tasks, and create interest areas at the letter, word, phrase and sentence levels. We will also include detailed explanations of how to use Data Viewer to derive and interpret standard reading measures such as first fixation duration and regression path duration. The course will also cover the implementation of more advanced reading tasks, such as gaze-contingent windows/masks, and boundary triggered changes.



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