Participants needed for simple eye-tracking and reading study
2 May 2017
Students from UCL Division of Psychology & Language Sciences would like to recruit participants for their language and eye-tracking study.
will be asked to read sentences on a computer screen while their eye movements
are tracked and they answer simple yes or no questions.
The experiment will be held in Chandler House, 2 Wakefield St,
Bloomsbury, London WC1N and is expected to last 45 minutes.
will be given £5.65 as compensation for their time, or 0.75 credits if needed for their
Participants can take part in the research project only if they meet the following criteria:
- Must be British native speakers of English (born and raised in the UK)
- Aged between 18-50
- Not wear glasses or contact lenses
Please note that the researchers have other criteria for taking part in the study based on past experiments run for the same project and that it will be necessary to check your eligibility.
For more information and to sign up please visit the page on the UCL Psychology Subject Pool or contact the researchers quoting the title of the experiment: Caterina Paolazzi, PhD candidate, and Claudia Cera, MSc student.
This study has been by approved by the UCL Psychology and Language Sciences Ethics Committee (project ID number: LING-2012-3).
Claudia Cera, MSc student, UCL Division of Psychology & Language Sciences