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Assessing second language reading through eye-tracking: an exploratory study

Project: Non-funded ProjectResearch

1/04/13 → …

This funded research investigates the relationship between English second language reading comprehension and a range of eye-tracking metrics. The study aims to assess whether metrics found to be associated with first language reading carry over into a second language reading context. It hopes to provide valuable insights into the value of eye-tracking in a language testing and second language reading context.