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Eye Tracking During Visually Situated Language Comprehension: Flexibility and Limitations in Uncovering Visual Context Effects

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10.3791/57694-v

7:36 min

November 30th, 2018

November 30th, 2018

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1Institute of German Studies and Linguistics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2Center for Advanced Research in Education – CIAE, Universidad de Chile, 3Institute of Psychology, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, 4Cognitive Interaction Technology Excellence Cluster (CITEC), Faculty of Linguistics and Literature, Bielefeld University, 5Department of Education, Concordia University, 6Berlin School of Mind and Brain, 7Einstein Center for Neurosciences Berlin

The present article reviews an eye-tracking methodology for studies on language comprehension. To obtain reliable data, key steps of the protocol must be followed. Among these are the correct set-up of the eye tracker (e.g., ensuring good quality of the eye and head images) and accurate calibration.

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