MSU Second Language Studies Eye-Tracking Lab

The eye-tracking labs in the Second Language Studies (SLS) Ph.D Program are aimed to provide broader opportunities for faculty and graduate students to carry out in-depth research on cognitive and psycholinguistic processes in SLA and applied linguistics. Presently, one lab is equipped with an SR Research Eyelink 1000, and one is equipped with a Tobii TX300. Both labs also have E-Prime and other psycholinguistic recording software for mixed-methods and complex research on attention, response processes, and cognition. We invite you to explore our site and the sites of the other eye-tracking labs at MSU. Email us if you have any questions.