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Eye tracking: Visual World Paradigm

Eye tracking: Visual World Paradigm

  • Instructor(s): Pim Mak Utrecht University
  • Available also as advanced: No

This tutorial is an introduction to eye tracking with a focus on studies with children. After covering some basics about this measurement technique we will present different eye tracking paradigms (looking while listening, anticipatory eye movements, visual world, pupillometry, but NOT reading – see tutorial by Iris Mulders) and classic papers.

We will discuss the details of designing and conducting an eye tracking experiment on the basis of many examples of studies with children. This part will also cover the issues connected to testing different populations: younger and older children, children and adults with and without (language) impairments.

By looking at the data of a large number of studies, we will discuss the different eye tracking measures (gaze, fixations, latencies) that can be used for analyses, as well as the different analysis possibilities.

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