MSU Second Language Studies Eye-Tracking Lab

The eye-tracking labs in the Second Language Studies 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.

Winke, P. (2016, January).

Using eye-tracking to investigate the cognitive validity of various language assessment practices. Paper to the Psycholinguistics Group at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Ahn, J., Ballard, L., Choi, I., Cui, Y., Johnston, S., Lee, S., Yoon, H., & Godfroid, A. (2015, October).

Incidental vocabulary learning from novel-reading: An eye-tracking study. Paper to the Second Language Research Forum, Atlanta, GA.