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Native speakers needed for silent reading study with eye tracking


Ethics ref: 16248


Participants are sought for a study investigating language comprehension using eye-tracking.

Your task is to read 64 short stories silently and answer yes/no comprehension questions. Your eye movements will be recorded by the eye tracker for analysis.

The study typically takes about 45 minutes. You will receive monetary compensation for your participation.



Please note that due to the nature of the study:

·         You must be a native speaker of English (English as first language, mother tongue);

·         You must NOT wear contact lenses for reading (glasses are acceptable);

·         You must NOT wear eyeliner or mascara on the day of the experiment;

·         You must NOT have any reading or learning disabilities (e.g., dyslexia).


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