LAELabs: Tracker Lab

Tracker Lab

General Information

Location: Moore 427

co-directors: Dr. Amy Schafer (Linguistics) and Dr. Theres Gruter (Second Language Studies)

The Tracker Lab contains a remote eye tracking system (SMI RED250) used for experimental research on language comprehension and production. Using the equipment in this lab requires specialized training and supervision. Please contact one of the co-directors of the lab for further information.

Note to trained users

There is a google calendar for booking space in the tracker lab. Please email Theres Gruter if you would like to be added to this calendar.

If you wish to use the Eye Tracker and/or the computers, please sign up in advance to avoid conflicts. Be sure to note the special instructions on the cover of the reservation sheets binder before you sign up. You should also reserve the entire lab if you are planning to run subjects.

What can I do in the Tracker Lab?

  • Use the eye-tracking system to investigate language behavior and processing
  • Examine speakers' production strategies-e.g. track relative timing of articulators
  • Export and analyse data from the tracker system using customized software
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Last Updated: 10/1/2013