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Take part in a paid eye-tracking study

30 May 2018

UCL researchers are looking for native British English speakers (either born in the UK or raised in the UK since the age of two) between the ages 18-50 to take part in a simple eye-tracking study.

Eye tracking  

Participants should not have corrected vision.

What will it involve?

In this short experiment, participants will be asked to read sentences on a screen and answer questions about them, while the movement of their eyes is tracked. The study should take around 30-45 minutes, and is taking place on several weekdays during June, generally between 10am and 5pm.

Participants can receive either payment (£5.65) or course credit (0.75).

How do I sign up?

To sign up via SONA, log in to your account and select the project '(£5.65) Very Simple Eye-tracking and Reading Study', signing up for your chosen date and time.

Alternatively, email Fani Karageorgou or Emily Bullman.

This study has received ethical approval (ref: LING-2012-3).

Fani Karageorgou and Emily Bullman, Linguistics MA, UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences